Teachers' Day 2020 and Google doodle
In the United Kingdom, the annual celebration on the 5th of October is a special day of appreciation for teachers and may include ceremonies to honor them for their special contributions in the most important areas in general.
On the mention of Mogul Day, Google did not neglect the participation and honor of teachers for the year 2020, as Google changed its home page in the United Kingdom in a way that expresses the honor of teachers.
Google Doodle is a temporary special modification of the logo on Google Home pages and aims to celebrate holidays, events, achievements and notable historical figures.
The idea of celebrating Teachers’s Day is an old idea in many countries, where in most cases they celebrate a local teacher or teacher who has an important role in the educational process in the country.
UNESCO established World Teachers' Day in 1994.
Some countries celebrate Teachers 'Day on different days even though World Teachers' Day is on October 5.
For Google, the first ever logo animation for the 1998 edition of the long-running annual Burning Man event in Black Rock City, Nevada was celebrated and designed by co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to inform users of their absence in the event of a server downtime.
In the beginning, the doodles were not animated as they were just images with a specific text describing the topic or expressing a holiday greeting or any occasion. Google used people from abroad to design this logo or design until the year 2001, when the rakah asked a team of employees to claim Doodlers design and publish innovative logos and the first slogan was Pastel Day.
The idea began to develop with every occasion or celebration and was mostly local until 2014, when Google published more than 2000 regional and international creative graphics and slogans on its main pages, where it includes artists, musicians and prominent personalities.