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A nice collection, there’s definitely a growing trend into parallax sites, which I like because they usually feel like something new. I like the diablo media example, I think a lot of the parallax sites take the more fun and animated approach but this one demonstrates a more simple corporate style. I also like the movement on the 360Langstrasse site, it doesn’t skip through the it moves seamlessly.
I love it. Everybody buy an Ipad. Way of the future…. yeah, bullshit. good for three things only. HTML5 was one of them. Good Night.
I have to say from what i have seen so far looking at HTML5 web sites only they are all rather Hummmmmmmmmm Unimpressive to put it mildly , Looking around for ideas for a revamp of the clubs web site and if that is what 5 has to offer then thanks but no thanks .
It makes site design no better it has removed some very usefull options all in all not at all impressed
Rud: HTML5 offers functionality that, in at least many cases (all I’ve seen so far), requires some type of client-side scripting to interact with DOM objects. Whether one uses LocalStorage or WebSockets or what-have-you, JS and its ilk will be required. If you want to design a Web site that does not require scripting, HTML5 is less important, and PHP, ASP.NET and so forth will be the technologies you’ll want to choose. I choose to design my Web sites without required scripting, and then add scripted commands to spics things up a bit for the end-user.
If you do a Globalogiq html code search for “<!DOCTYPE HTML>” you can find tons of sites that are using html5.