Archive for the ‘html5’ tag
In order to get started you’ve got to provide an address. It asks for your childhood home, but you can put in any address (HINT: Provide an address with good Google Maps/Street View coverage.) From there, you’re taken on a journey of sorts. Just turn on your speakers, sit back, and enjoy the ride.
Try it for yourself! I would assume it works best in Chrome, which if you aren’t using it, you should be.
I consider myself to be somewhat of a freelance web designer. I’ve created my own website and some websites for friends and family. There’s been a lot of talk about HTML5 and how it’s going to change the world. I’ve been a little late to the game in this new language. Thanks to @taliabethralph I came across html5rocks.com which has implemented some new features and demonstrates them in their slideshow.
It all seems very cool, the ability to have rounded corners and especially the ability to have any font face, regardless of if it’s supported on the users’ computer. I’m hoping that when I take Web Design as part of my Graphic Designer Certificate at SMFA they will cover HTML5 in depth. I look forward to implementing these in my websites and creating some new ones as well!