January 20, 2022

Fresh Examples of HTML5 Websites

We already showcased HTML5 websites here a couple times (Apr 2011, Dec 2010, Aug,2010 and so on). And since a lot of sites are embracing the duo of CSS3 and HTML5, we decided to gather a new list, with some fresh examples of the new standard in use. Today we also gathered some interesting links so you can take your HTML5 knowledge to the next level. Also, make sure to check out Dive into HTML5, they have tons of useful information there. Enjoy!

Sylvain Ollier

HTML5

viniltec

HTML5

Superkoderi

HTML5

Netlash-bSeen

HTML5

360langstrasse.sf.tv

HTML5

Art & Graft

HTML5

Rivers & Robots

HTML5

Jolena

HTML5

Tom, Dick & Harry

HTML5

Million Tree Challenge

HTML5

Kitchen Sink Studios

HTML5

CAST

HTML5

me & oli

HTML5

Joshua Sortino

HTML5

the art of re use

HTML5

Backbone

HTML5

Ryan Delaney

HTML5

Jayaraj P R

HTML5

Upperdog

HTML5

Diablo Media

HTML5

Team Viget

HTML5

Cory Etzkorn

HTML5

Gojee

HTML5

Dive into HTML5

HTML5

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

21 Comments

  1. peacock Reply

    Nice, but next time can you explain why those websites are better then thousands of others out there. Anyone can just put a list together.

  2. Jens Reply

    As someone said before 360langstrasse.sf.tv really kicks ass! Its the first parallax page that i really like. Respekt an die Schweizer!

  3. Susanna Reply

    Hi Giselle,

    Nice list, but I can’t help seeing some of these websites (albeit they are good websites) over and over again on so many articles. Perhaps some different ones would be nice too (I’m sure there are lots out there)?

  4. Towrz Reply

    So inspired right now after viewing all these sites. 360langstrasse.sf.tv is just awesome, full of content and presented in a very dynamic way. I recommend using that site in full screen mode.

  5. Dan Collins Reply

    Great list! I’m gradually making the transition to html5 and this list provides me with a great reference collection of examples. Looking at the code though, is http://www.tdhcreative.com/ a true html5 site? it has the doctype but minimal elements. I don’t wish to spark a debate just inspire clarity….

  6. Kelly Johnson Reply

    Just because one uses the HTML5 doctype..doesn’t really mean it’s a good example of ‘using’ HTML5. HTML5 is very, very loose in what it accepts and will use, therefore when the doctype is viewed as unknown by any browser, the browser will probably default to its quirksmode, or not, and just ignore the doctype and render the basic html which can all be used. It is not a STRICT type at all.

    Some good designs, but if you’re not using the proper new mark-up, such as , , and the like, you’re not really using HTML5.. it’s like somebody trying on a real firemans helmet, jacket and boots… that doesn’t make one a real fireman.

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