Wednesday, January 19, 2011

New HTML5 Logo from the W3C

The W3C's new HTML5 logo is here! Visit for free downloads of image files, free stickers, and other fun stuff.

Although some may question the need for a "logo", it's one way to spread the word about this emerging technology.

The key is the concept of progressive enhancement — use HTML5 new elements, attributes, and features to enhance web pages rather than for mission critical requirements. My new book, Web Design Basics: HTML5 & CSS3, takes this approach.

1 comment:

scarlet reynolds said...

I stumbled upon your blog while searching the internet for Web Development blogs. Anyway, not only is a keystone is a great metaphor for how HTML5 stands at the center of this current technology movement, but the final design started to take shape simultaneously as a coat of arms and badge of honor we felt captured the spirit and substance of the open web platform and the community surrounding it.