12 Intensive HTML5 Infographics

October 15, 2012 · 3 comments

by Anders

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HTML5 is not a new phenomenon any more, but it is still far from a finished standard. It is like everyone is talking about the exciting new features and possibilities the standard brings to web developers; and for a reason! In this context, we have decided to bring an article about HTML5 infographics to help you learn more about HTML5 and its impact. I’m sure you will also find some HTML5 tools useful for the learning process, and if you are going to build a website check out the awesome HTML5 website templates available.

Everything moves at high speed in the web design industry and it is necessary to keep yourself to be well informed and up to date with developments. Therefore, I hope these infographics will be helpful and bring you, your employees or your clients ideas, inspiration and an overview of HTML5.

Below you will find 12 awesome infographics that visualize facts about HTML5. Feel free to add your comments below and share this post with your friends.


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History of HTML5

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The development of HTML5 can be traced in this infographic. The illustration starts in 2004, when WHATWG or Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group was formed.

HTML5: Past, Present and The Future

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This infographic has a clean and simple design and it contains a lot of interesting information about HTML5.

HTML5: Hype Vs. Reality?

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This infographic ask a very hot question: How does HTML5 stack up to Flash for development?

The history of HTML5

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This infographic start its journey back in the 80s before HTML. It takes you by the hand and walk you through the important steps of HTML development.

Making the Case for HTML5

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This infographic has interesting information about HTML5. For example HTML5 is being used by almost 50% of developers, and is projected to grow to 80% within the next 3 years.

WTF is HTML5?

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This HTML5 infographic is a simple primer that can be used as a educational reference. Its original source is not available anymore.

Reaching the Next Level

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This is a HTML 5 infographic that illustrates the capabilities of mobile web browsers.

HTML5: Why Developers Need It

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This infographic shows a number of fascinating data and states that web developers can must use HTML 5.

HTML 5 vs Flash

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This infographic illustrates how Flash and HTML 5 can coexist. By using the unique advantages provided by each technology, people can have an option in creating beautiful websites.

An HTML5 infographic, animated with HTML5

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This is a creative infographic that summarizes the need-to-know facts about HTML5 and brings them to life with animation produced using HTML5.

HTML5 Vs. Flash Games

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This infographic also deal with the question about whether HTML5 or Flash is in the lead.

What does HTML5 do?

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This infographic illustrates the key features of HTML 5, which is predicted to be the next web programming standard.

The Evolution of the Web

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An increasing universe of interlinked web apps and pages composed of interactive content, photos and videos make up the web today. This is not a infographic like the above. It is a visualization that illustrates the interaction of web browsers and technologies that make it possible but are not seen by the average user.

Author : Andy

Anders is Co-founder of Tripwire Magazine. He is into WordPress topics, Web design, Web-development and also interested in SEO and Online Marketing. He has started Splashmagazine.com and he’s also writing for other blogs. Anders is a passionate blues musician and a family-man, as well.

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lalak October 16, 2012 at 5:57 pm

Great collection. Kudos

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Markiee October 16, 2012 at 5:40 pm

Fantastic piece of work, can’t agree more go HTML5 go

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Saikul Islam October 14, 2012 at 6:03 am

Fabulous collections. Thanks for posting………

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