Web designers the world over have caught the HTML5 fever.
On the whole, HTML5 is more versatile, cleaner and has a whole lot more functionality than previous versions of HTML. And thanks to the potential HTML5 carries in being more standards-driven, designers won't need to perform many browser fixes. While still quite early in the game for HTML5 there are some very good examples of it in the Web wild.
Website Magazine has assembled a few different HTML5 designs we've encountered over the past few weeks which showcases both basic and advanced implementations. As you might image, designers are the first adopters of HTML5 but those sites profiled below do reveal what's possible with the languages latest iteration.
Do you know of a site designed and developed in HTML5? If so let us know by commenting below.