Google are always updating their web search home page’s logo. There’s been quite a few of them. But now there’s a chance for someone who isn’t a regular doodler to get their image on the front page of Google.
Unfortunately it’s not open to everyone as you have to be a student. Parents and guardians can submit on behalf of their children and there are downloadable “Class Packs” for teachers.
The theme of this competitions is “If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place”.
It is not only the prestige of having your logo design shown to millions of people that the winner of the competition receives. There are other, more valuable, prizes on offer. The winner will receive a $30,000 college scholarship with the student’s school earning a $50,000 Google for Technology grant.
Applicants will be judged by a talented and experienced group of professionals. Here’s the full line up:
> Lemony Snicket, Author.
> Rick Riordan, Author.
> Ron Garan, Astronaut.
> Chris Miller, Director.
> Phil Lord, Director.
The final winner will be announced some time in June.
Blog Post by Greg McVey