Google abides by a visual language that provides a unified experience across all platforms and device sizes. It’s called Google’s Material design.
The idea is for Google’s digital interface to resemble real-life objects, and Google Material is the design philosophy, guidelines if you will, behind this. It’s a way for designers to collaborate with users and create a cohesive design (if that still doesn’t make sense, here’s a video from Google Design that tries to explain it).
To mark the third year since its existence, in a strange twist, well-known paper artists have created stop motion animations made entirely from folded paper, which have been digitalised into video wallpapers for consumers to download onto Android tablets or smartphones.