Google Doodle: Seiichi Miyake

Today’s Google doodle celebrates Seiichi Miyake, who invented paving slabs with tactile feedback, allowing the blind and visually impaired to navigate the world.

Here’s the Google home page with the doodle:

Here’s the doodle itself:

The Google doodle for March 18, 2019.

The Google doodle links to a search for Seiichi Miyake:

Google Doodle: St. Patrick’s Day

Google celebrates St. Patrick’s Day today, March 17. Here’s a screenshot of Google’s home page with the doodle:

Google’s home page with the St. Patrick’s Day doodle.

The doodle itself is animated: the oo in Google shifts around:

Clicking on the doodle links to a search for St. Patrick’s Day:

Google Doodle: 30th Anniversary Of The World Wide Web

Today’s Google doodle celebrates the 30th anniversary of the world wide web. Here’s a screenshot of today’s Google front page:

Google front page for March 12, 2019.

Here’s the doodle itself:

The Google doodle for March 12, 2019.

Clicking on the doodle performs a Google search for World Wide Web:

Clicking on the doodle Google search.

On the Google front page, clicking on the text Happy Birthday to the World Wide Web goes to a Google Arts & Culture page discussing the history of the Internet:

Google Doodle: International Women’s Day

Today, March 8 2019, Google celebrates International Women’s Day with a doodle. Here’s how the doodle looks like on the Google home page:

Clicking on the doodle makes it expand:

And then moves into a slideshow with quotes from famous women:

Clicking on the search option goes to a Google search for International Women’s Day. Clicking the share option goes to a screen to share on Twitter, Facebook and other social media:

Google Doodle: Desi Arnaz

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates Desi Arnaz, best known as playing Ricky Ricardo in the TV show I Love Lucy. Here’s how the Google page looked like with the doodle:

The doodle itself:

Clicking on the doodle links you to a search for Desi Arnaz:

Clicking on the link to explore the life of Desi Arnaz brings you to a Google Arts & Culture article:

Google Doodle

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 57th birthday of “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, who was a famous wildlife conservationist, zookeeper, and TV personality.

This is what the Google homepage looked like with the doodle:

Clicking on it goes to a slideshow showcasing many aspects of Steve Irwin’s life.

Many other organizations are also taking the opportunity of celebrating Steve’s life, such as Animal Planet on Twitter: