Designing the world's biggest canvas: Google Doodle
Liat Ben Rafael, one of the three managers of the Google Doodle program, explains how the world's biggest canvas is designed.
Every day, hundreds of millions of people are exposed to the artistic preferences of a young Israeli woman who curates one of the most popular exhibitions on earth. Liat Ben Rafael, 28, is one of the three managers of the Google Doodle program, which is responsible for Google’s constantly changing home page. The team includes 10 illustrator-animators, graduates of art schools, and four programmers.
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