Just this past Monday, in one 24 hour period, 1 billion people used Facebook. Let’s let that sink in for a moment. To better comprehend this massive quantity of people scrolling through their News Feeds, consider there are only 7.26 billion people on earth, 218.9 million people in the united states and only 35.16 million in Canada.
No matter what kind of business you’re in, you’re bound to work with a designer or two at some point in time. Whether it be for creating a company logo, designing a website or simply making flyers, it can sometimes feel like you’ve been dropped into a foreign country and left to fend for yourself.
It’s probably a bit of an understatement to say Google has undergone some pretty major changes in the past 24 hours. Not only has Sundar Pichai been appointed the new CEO, but they’ve also somehow created something even bigger than Google itself. Now if you’ve only seen bits and pieces of this floating around your social media feeds, you may be a bit confused about what just happened. Well let us introduce you to Google’s Alphabet — or is it Alphabet’s Google?