23 Interesting HTML5 and CSS3 Websites

23 Interesting HTML5 and CSS3 Websites

HTML5 is a language for structuring and presenting content for the web, a core technology of the Internet. It is the fifth revision of the HTML standard (originally created in 1990) and most recently standardized as HTML4 in 1997. HTML5 and CSS3 were introduced not so long ago, but they have already been incorporated in the design of a number of websites.

23 Interesting HTML5 and CSS3 Websites
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They have now become a modern trend, and many self-respecting designers have started to code templates in HTML5 and CSS3. Due the high demand for HTML5 and CSS3 powered websites, we have put up a list of such webpages. Each of them was carefully hand-picked and well analyzed before getting into the list. All of them prove that the developers behind them, did not only code them in HTML5 and CSS3, but also have a good understanding of modern design principles and theories like: F and Z layout.

HTML5 and CSS3 Websites

This post shouldn’t only be another great source of inspiration for you, but it may also motivate web developers to make the switch to HTML5 and CSS3.

Web For Freaks
Web For Freaks

Bent the Bodyguard
Bent the Bodyguard

Seamco
Seamco

LV Graphic
LV Graphic

Digital Hands
Digital Hands

Robedwards
Robedwards

Hello Imtom
Hello Imtom

Rainy Pixels
Rainy Pixels

Ivan Asetiawan
Ivan Asetiawan

Get Satisfaction
Get Satisfaction

Genggao
Genggao

Icaro Ferracini
Icaro Ferracini

Simon Foster Design
Simon Foster Design

4 Mula Design
4 Mula Design

Vision 18
Vision 18

Pm Bennett
Pm Bennett

Matt Hewnsara
Matt Hewnsara

Quest Agency
Quest Agency

Bounty Bev
Bounty Bev

I am Jamie
I am Jamie

Nike Better World
Nike Better World

Beer Camp 2011
Beer Camp 2011

Walo
Walo

Conclusion

We hope the featured sites, which are powered by HTML5 and CSS3, have inspired and motivated you to incorporate them into your own projects.

There is no doubt that, although HTML5 and CSS3 are taking a long, long time to become the industry standard, they will do so eventually. Are you already incorporating the new mark-up and code in your projects? Have you built a website incorporating HTML5 and CSS3?

Please share your thoughts and links with us in the comments below.

Stelian Subotin is a enthusiast and design fan from Republic of Moldova. Right now he is working on his new design-related blog called Rocket Graphics.

Comments

  1. / Reply

    Hi Stelian Subotin,

    First of all thanks for include my personal portfolio in the list, I’m honored! I changed the layout but I still have that version at: http://icaroferracini.com/html5

    And thanks for sharing this inspiring websites!

  2. / Reply

    I little dark but really inspiring.
    Thanks for share it

  3. / Reply

    Wow, first collection of HTML5 websites that I’ve ever seen, thanks

    • Carol,
    • January 13, 2012
    / Reply

    Very nice collection I like in special Digital Hands design.

  4. / Reply

    HTML5 and CSS3 are coming with everything, but can not replace the CSS3 JavaScript will always have its place because it is a programming language first class.
    jQuery always have its place in the front-end developments

    Hug.

  5. / Reply

    Hey,

    I miss beerblogging.org here…

    • Louis,
    • January 20, 2012
    / Reply

    I was greatly disappointed to see misspellings on some of these obviously professional websites. You would think they would spend a little on a good spelling or grammar checker, especially if English is not their native language. If they can let something so simple slip by, what else might slip by that can bite a prospective client later?

  6. / Reply

    Wow really cool, never seen a collection of these yet. My business website is also HTML5 -> http://www.popcreative.net

    • Olando Oy,
    • January 28, 2012
    / Reply

    Great gallery!
    I found another interesting example few days ago : http://housetothepeople.com
    Kinda disturbing… but funny.

    • amit bisht,
    • February 6, 2012
    / Reply

    nice nice…. inspired work

  7. / Reply

    And the incredible power that html5 is, surely we will live a new web after adaptation is the same way as was the migration from flash to javascript.

  8. / Reply

    First of all thank the blog owner to write the article , most useful . Then thank you to show my website

    • Roman,
    • April 10, 2012
    / Reply

    Well, they all suck, even the ones that have more or less readable text icons make me dizzy (the down scrolling is really unpleasant). Looking at any one of them for a few seconds doesn’t tell me what the hell is happening, it sure is a lot of visual noise and little content.

    There are all these non-clickable moving elements, the one with a cut out globe is has nothing at all (maybe it’s not showing something in my browser? It doesn’t do anything).

    AFAIC it’s all noise and no substance. Perfect reflection of the last couple of years.

  9. / Reply

    Hello, great htm5 examples are there. Please include my html5 business site next time.
    http://theseopackages.com

    • Darryl,
    • June 7, 2012
    / Reply

    Very nice. Please consider making page links in posts like this one open up in a new window. People who actually check out the site do not want to lose their place on this site.

  10. / Reply

    very interesting list of html5 and css3 website, love to see my business site there

  11. / Reply

    Great collection of html5-and-css3-websites

    Fantastic work

    Really good collection

    I like it.

    Thanks Author

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