Doodle 4 Google US goes animated for the first with Audrey Zhang Doodle

Animated version of  winning Google Doodle of students doodling competition Doodle 4 Google 2014 ,working with official Google doodlers is presented on Google homepage today.Yes,  first ever animated Doodle 4 Google can be seen on Google US on 9 June.

Doodle 4 Google US
Doodle 4 Google US 2014(June 9, 2014)

In theme ‘If i could event something to make world a better place’ Audrey Zhang, 11 year old  girl from New York became winner. Traformative water purifier by Audrey, you can see on Google home today. Wow, great idea, right? To think about inventing something makes all living beings life more  comfortable and easy.

Doodle drawn by Audrey is cool and explains the need for pure water to every human being in a single look. The animated version by Google Doodlers, having life and every nature in perfect equation added beauty to doodle.

You can see Google logo in Audrey’s doodle in a background of forest and river , water purifier replacing some of logo alphabets. All colors of nature is included in the Google doodle. Audrey was the national finalist of 2013 Doodle 4 Google competition.

With this doodle, Doodle 4 Google competition takes new turn. Till this year though Google Doodle competition had great publicity and participation, for the first time now students joint with doodle team for enhancing their skills and creativity.Its from 100,000 submissions Audrey was selected as the final winner.

In the official function conducted at Mountain View, California, a Scholarship Prize money of $30,000 was given to her and also, the school of Audrey was given scholarship of $50,000. Also, her creativity made Google.org to donate $20,000  for charity in her name.

I think this doodle by 11 year old Audrey is one among the best doodles got published by Google in D4G competitions. With Audrey all other state finalists of competition also received prize on the event at Mountain View.

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