HTML 5 is a new breed of website coding which became an oficial recommendation of W3C in December 2012. Not being too familiar with it’s capabilities and whats improved I decided as a practitioner who wants to utilise the internet to it’s full capabilities I would do some research. FFF (form follows function) is a collection of visual displays which show HTML5’s full capabilities. There are some really beautiful projects here. These are the best ones.

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This is the ‘Hue blending‘ piece, I cannot really explain how great these interactive pieces are, instead you wil have to click the link and try it for yourself.

Screen Shot 2013-01-19 at 14.58.34And by far my favourite is the ‘Universe Panorama‘ piece, again something you have to experience to understand it.

HTML5 seems to bring what we get from apps straight to the computer, It doesn’t seem as if it follows the grid layout of usual HTML it seems more interactive  design and image conscious. Saying this the man behind this site is an expert and it wouldn’t be this easy for everyone. I have an interest in website building and in learning HTML5, I will do some more research and see if I can work out how to utilise it in regards to photography.

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