The second Sunday of May in the Gregorian calendar is Mother’s Day, and to welcome this special occasion, search giant Google has once again launched an interactive Doodle to help people easily make electronic Mother’s Day cards online. In previous years, many people could easily buy some gifts and physical cards online. However, the first half of 2020 has become somewhat special due to the coVID-19 pandemic caused by the new coronavirus. Even so, friends who can’t go home, please remember to make a video call or send a blessing to your mother.
The idea of Google Doodle always surprises us, especially this year’s interactive Doodle on Mother’s Day.
In addition to letting users make their own, Google engineers, user experience designers, and marketing employees also shared some of the Mother’s Day cards they made.
Google user experience designer Anthony Irwin
Google engineer Collin Irwin
Works by Grace Chen in Marketing
Works by Tom Tabano, Google Engineer
Finally, the team shared behind-the-scenes design skits for this Mother’s Day interactive Doodle (pictured above is a variety of materials used).
Early Experimental Edition
Letter G for corner line design
Turtles in production
Example of a finished product