HTML4, after ruling for more than a decade, is now being replaced by HTML5, which has much more advanced multimedia integration and animation capabilities. Being backward compatible, it runs on almost every browser out there including for mobile platforms, providing faster load times and smoother connection with third-party applications. Many developers are putting their bets on HTML5. We’ve previously covered 40 addictive web games powered by HTML5 as well as 48 HTML5 demos with Flash-killing potential, 19 early adopters and then another 15 experiments that also run on HTML5.
In this article, I tried compiling a list of the most creative, attractive and beautiful websites that are coded in HTML5. Hopefully you will be able to draw inspiration from their designs and direction and maybe convince yourself to give HTML5 a try when designing your next website.
Beer Camp 2012