30 Examples of Websites Using HTML5

By / Apr 11, 2011 / Inspiration

HTML5 is certainly here to stay, from a numerous list of articles, events and buzz about this latest revision of the HTML standard. Some websites using HTML5 proudly show the official logo and state the sentence “support the future now”. So to support all this buzz and the technology we decided to gather a new list showcasing websites using HTML5.

NakshArt

html502

Mat Tomaszewski

html503

welcomebrand

html504

layer 51

html505

Stockholm Hairdresser

html506

Furnace

html507

Virtuti Design

html508

Lifefroots

html509

Float Left

html510

Daniel Scholten

html511

AX Visual Design Studio

html512

robedwards.org

html513

Festival Mundo

html514

The Squad

html515

S5 Style

html516

Bifter SVG Comic

html517

Fidiz

html518

Push

html519

re:play

html520

Blink Lab

html521

Joe Critchley

html522

Lexways

html523

ar-com.co.uk

html524

Kiran Owal

html501

Hallzzz

html525

Birrificio Irpino

html526

Empire State Recordings

html527

McKinney

html528

weluse

html529

Myke Preusss

html530

Source:

HTML5 Gallery
HTML5 Websites

About the Author

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

  • http://robbyhsu.wordpress.com/ Robert Hsu

    Hi Gisele,
    Thanks for the post. One suggestion, from my end is that it would be nice if you could add a bit of description with regards to each site, maybe a bit about the HTML5 feature/s that each site has implemented.
    Robert

  • http://welcomebrand.co.uk James

    Thanks for linking to welcomebrand Giselle, kind of you to list me :)

    James
    @welcomebrand

  • http://www.NickYeoman.com Nick Yeoman

    You missed NickYeoman.com

  • http://www.tristarwebdesign.co.uk/ Tristar Web Design

    There are some absolutely fantastic designs and development in these websites. They are so well thought through and must have had a lot of time put into them. I love the simplicity of Virtuti Design, when you look at their portfolio work its set out lovely. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • http://jonny.cz jonny

    What a nice piece of webdesign.
    Thank you for this article.
    My website is also created in HTML 5 and i’m still working on the new features.
    Jonas @ jonny.cz

  • http://www.techonia.com Fuad NAHDI

    Very inspirative. Thanks for the list.

  • http://weluse.de Marc

    Thanks Giselle! We are proud to be listed on your #30 :)

    Marc

    @weluse

  • http://www.henricoamaral.com.br Henrico Amaral

    You missed HenricoAmaral.com.br

  • http://danielscholten.com Daniel

    Obrigada, Gisele. Daniel

  • http://www.brandora.ca Jay

    Great collection here, we used alot of HTML 5 elements at http://www.brandora.ca as well, but these give me some new ideas as well.

  • http://josemandojana.com Jose

    Love these html 5 sites. My photography site was recently redone getting rid of all flash for HTML5 – check it out: josemandojana.com

  • Tomas

    Everything is “HTML5″ nowadays. Just use some tags and voilá. Some of the sites look bad in IE8.

    • http://www.lightfoottravel.com Kian Ann

      LOL! and with IE9 only supported in Vista and above, IE8 will soon become the new IE6… zzz.

  • http://www.stephenjoss.com/ Joss

    They’re all very nice, but it would be nice to see more examples that are not portfolio sites. There’s only so much they have to do functionally. It would be good to see some practical/creative uses of HTML5.

  • http://fidiz.com aravind ajith

    Thanks for featuring Fidiz.com :)

  • http://codeandpixels.blogspot.com/ Neha

    Learning HTML5 and seeing Live example is totally different experience.these websites are not only for inspiration but also for learning.

    Thanks!!

  • hemal desai

    Gisele,

    Thank you for listing us in your HTML5 Showcase on the web.

    Hemal
    “be careless to take risk”
    blinklabllp.com

  • http://www.zapmedia.co.uk Zap! Media

    More and more websites are now making use of HTML5. Some great inspiration for our next web project, thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.lpdesignhelp.com Laura Peragallo

    Great collection of sites using HTML5. It’s very helpful to see it in action and how it helps improve websites from a design point of view. Very creative sites. Lots of inspiration to be found in this article.