The homepage for Google Search is one among the most-viewed sites on the earth because it powers billions of searches on a day to day . Google Doodles are a tool on the company’s homepage that are often accustomed highlight world issues, historic events, and celebrations round the globe.
Every year, Google gives child an opportunity to draw a replacement “Doodle” to be featured on the company’s homepage and net another prizes. All day today, the Doodle for Google 2020 winner is being showcased on Google.com.
Fifth-grade student Sharon Sara wins Google Doodle art contest and will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 technology package for the school. Sara’s doodle, “Together as One,” depicts six girls of all different skin colors, hair styles and fashion choices uniting with their hands grasped with one another, highlighting the importance of inclusion and acceptance.
“People have not wanted to be my friend because of how I look, so I decided to draw what I do!” she told Google.
I like what she did very much and wish all of us encourage such ideas. What do you think of the Doodle for Google artwork? Do you encourage such ideas? Let us know down in the comments.