Google Revamps The Google Doodles (Logos) Directory
Google Doodles is what Google calls their special logos that they put up for special holidays or to remember special people from our history.
The new Doodle page has a quick search box at the top, making it easy to search for the pac man logo. It also has drop down filters to filter the logos by year and by region.
The filters for year and the RSS feed, I believe were all exciting features. Google also cleaned up the design, from a single column to multiple column view.
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- Google’s Halloween Logo Made Up Of 6,000 Pounds Of Pumpkins
- Google Does Thanksgiving Logo Early, First Ever One Sharable On Google+
- Google’s Les Paul Logo: Coolest Doodle Ever?
- Google Pac-Man: The FAQ + Kill Screen Winners
- Google’s Bunsen Burner Logo: Robert Bunsen 200th Birthday
- Behind The Scenes With Google’s Logo Doodlers At SXSW
- Video: Meet The Google Doodlers
- Those Special Google Logos, Sliced & Diced, Over The Years
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