There’s been a lot of talk about HTML5. What does this mean for designers and how will it change the way we design. what makes HTML5.
HTML5 promises to make the Internet more functional and interactive. It will transform the web of flat, static pages into one filled with web applications — as compelling as desktop versions — running in browsers.
HTML5 represents the progression of the core language that underlies the Internet. It is the common link that web browsers and web servers share as they work together to render pages and applications across platforms like desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
I have put together a list of HTML5 websites that provides you with examples of websites that use HTML5 and how it is being used.
1. Toyota Prius Projects
3. Nike Better World
4. Arno Hoogma
5. George Petrescu
6. This is Bliss