The HTML5 draft specification defines a single language that can be written in HTML and XML. It attempts to solve issues found earlier. There are a number of developers who have already switched to HTML5. The more sites are using it, the faster we’ll have a reliable spec and support across browsers. Moreover we speeding up the advancement of web technologies. However, there are some cons: incomplete QA tools and native browser support. I showcase you sites that use HTML5 for markup. Some of them, esp No 25, 26, use it very well.
1. Just look how this site changes it`s main colors.
2. Portfolio of a Brazilian agency.
3. A website where you can rate various children’s TV programs.
4. Website where you can buy fitness and boxing equipment.
5. Site of Brazilian designer Talita Pagani.
6. Web gallery of French web design.
7. Site about holiday cottages that are available to rent on the Polish coast.
8. German web agency Hecht MediaArts.
9. Site that gives information about accomodation in Otepää, Estonia.
10. Online portfolio of of Lucas Henrique a Brazilian based web designer.
11. Portfolio of web designer André Amaral from Brazil.
12. Web page that displays tweets.
13. Portfolio of technology writer Ben Frain, who is also web designer.
14. Online portfolio of sculptor Barrett Kern.
15. Web project that displays the winners and runners up of all World Cup tournaments using canvas.
16. Useful app that performs trigonometric calculations on a variety of shapes.
17. Portfolio site of interactive designer Kevin Sweeney.
18. Personal portfolio of freelancer Christian Bromann.
19. Website advertising photographic products.
20. Portfolio of Cardiff freelance web designer.
21.The personal tumblr of Brandon Ewoldt.
22. Persian site dedicated to free software downloads.
23. Website Pixel Bender.
24. Book search.
25. Website promoting a German HTML5 book.
26. Online small design studio in Oregon.
28. Site for a freelance design studio in Utah.
29. Portfolio for theme and template designers Mip.
30. Avon website.