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A bunch of kids have all created lovely Google doodles of their own. Now, you must pick an overall winner for Google to feature on its homepage. Sarah is the first winner ever to collaborate with Google’s artists to bring her drawing to life, transforming the artwork into an “animated, interactive experience,” Google said. Second-grader Sarah Gomez-Lane has been declared the 2018 Doodle for Google contest winner, and her interactive dinosaur drawing is currently being featured on the U.S.

Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru the Google’s homepage changed to an artwork doodle of a child names P Karthik from Andhra Pradesh.

Today we’re kicking off the 2015Doodle 4 Googleart competition, where creative and curious students across the U.S. vie to take over the Google homepage for a day with their artwork. This year’s theme, “What makes me…me,” invites students K-12 to express themselves in the form of a doodle highlighting what makes them unique. Amy Gesenhues was a senior editor for Third Door Media, covering the latest news and updates for Search Engine Land, MarTech and MarTech Today. From 2009 to 2012, she was an award-winning syndicated columnist for a number of daily newspapers from New York to Texas.

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See more tips from my team of Doodlerson the Doodle 4 Google website. PCMag supports Group Black and its mission to increase greater diversity in media voices and media ownerships. Sign up for What’s New Now to get our top stories delivered to your inbox every morning. There are 53 entrants in all, one for each state (as well as Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and Guam), separated by age group so youngsters aren’t competing against the artistic talents of high schoolers.

Winners of every grade level were invited to Google’s headquarters to interact with the company’s professional doodlers. Moon started entering more contests – a handful of which she won, including a competition that led to her artwork getting hung in The White House. She also opted to self-publish a children’s’ book she wrote and illustrated called The French Toast Revolution. The college freshman can still remember her complete and utter shock when she won the Doodle contest. Google had invited her and 39 other finalists to its Mountain View HQ for a tour of the campus and a special awards dinner.