HTML5 also plans to add lots more new cool stuff that is usually pretty tricky or sometimes just plain impossible to code such as audio, animations, drag and drop, editable web page content and browser storage.
Still in development, HTML5 isn’t quite finished but the browsers are all working together to implement some of the features. The overall aim for HTML5 is that someday it will provide a standard and consistent web experience across all devices and browsers.
Despite the fact that HTML5 is still in its early stages there are already some great websites out there that are taking advantage of the new coding and we have chosen some of our favourites as listed below to give you an idea of what to expect from your browsing experience in the near future.
Tristan Sachs – Web Developer
Tristans Choice: Angry Birds Space
Steve Edwards – Lead Web Developer
Steves Choice: The Expressive Web
Adam Bird – Web Designer
Adams Choice: Babel the King
Randal Whitmore – Online Marketing
Randals Choice: Madmanimation
Hayley Reeve – Search Analyst
Hayleys Choice: Project Prometheus
Leigh Mason – Project Manager & Founder
Leighs Choice: Google Art Project
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