Google is looking for someone to create Doodle, the announcement for a real Doodler.
We all know the animations that are the protagonists of Google's home page for vacations, anniversaries and historical events. Now Google is looking for a person to create Doodle, the announcement for a real Doodler. This is the link of the announcement: https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=110745001The candidate must have creative skills and a sense of humor, passion for history and artistic images. It may seem a simple job, but graduates in art subjects with experience in graphic design and 3D can send the application, with a portfolio up to par. The first Google Doodle appeared in August 1998, when the founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin went to the Burning Man music and art festival in Nevada and wanted to warn users that they would be away for a few days. Since then a Doodle has been made for all the holidays and special occasions, celebrating great personalities including Andy Warhol, Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, Ella Fitzgerald, John Lennon, Mahatma Gandhi and Jules Verne. Some were also at the center of criticism, such as those on Memorial Day and Veterans Day in 2007 or the commemoration of Cesar Chavez instead of Easter in 2013. Contests have also been made in the past, giving the opportunity for children of age less than 12 years to compete with their designs. CC