Why the logo turned gray today, here is the reason

0

Google: On its homepage, Google has replaced its colorful logo with gray, monochrome typography. His emblem, which often uses the vibrant colors red, yellow, blue, and green, now has a dark appearance. Why is this happening, exactly?

Read also : India: Publication of guidelines listing “Risks for students considering studying medicine in China”. All you need to know

Raison

Thus, the search engine has chosen to honor Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in British history, who died on September 8 at the age of 96. At Balmoral, the monarch’s Scottish estate, Queen Elizabeth died.

While it gradually faded to gray across the rest of the world on the day the Queen died, it first became visible in India on Sunday. India, meanwhile, is currently marking a day of national mourning for the Queen.

Read also : 21 Years of 9/11 Attacks: Some Untold Facts You May Not Know About

Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent his condolences to people in the UK and around the world

Throughout the country, the national flag flies at half mast. On all platforms, the grayscale logo is readable. However, it cannot be clicked. On its home page, Google regularly publishes doodles – modified versions of its logo – dedicated to well-known people. When this is the case, visitors can click on the image to be taken to a page with the person’s biography and accomplishments. Google Doodles also honors important dates, death dates, and milestone anniversaries. Following the Queen’s passing, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent his condolences to people across the UK and around the world. We offer our sincere condolences to the nation of the United Kingdom and to people around the world who mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

Keep watching our YouTube channel ‘DNP INDIA’. Also, subscribe and follow us on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAMand TWITTER.

Share.

Comments are closed.