Google Venn-Diagram Doodle

Google feiert den 180. Geburtstag von John Venn, dem Erfinder des nach ihm benannten Venn-Diagrams. Mengenlehre FTW!

John Venn was a logician and philosopher best known for introducing the Venn diagram. In the diagram, circles are used to visually and logically sort groups to illustrate their relationships to each other. For example, one circle may contain things that are mammals. The other circle may contain things that have wings. The overlapping space that both circles occupy would consist of mammals that have wings.

With a concept this simple, you would think it was all fun and games to design an interactive doodle for John Venn’s 180th birthday. And you would be right, but there was also a lot more to it! The doodle team asked the project lead and designer of the Venn doodle, Mike Dutton, a few questions about the creative process.

Google Doodles: 180. Geburtstag von John Venn