Here are our editor’s picks for the Top Ten Best HTML5 Websites of 2017 based on visual artistry, integrated sound, ease of use, and uniqueness.
The Wilderness Downtown is an interactive music movie for Arcade Fire’s song ”We Used to Wait”. Visitors are asked to input the address of the home they grew up in and then the site uses Google Earth and HTML5 to create a personalized music movie that takes the user on a journey back home.
Heart of The Arctic takes users on an Arctic expedition/scavenger hunt through four distinct environments designed to showcase users the steps that would be needed to restore climate balance to the arctic region. This site flawlessly showcases how Html5 can be used to create joy and educational websites.
Trio Wishes of Black uses HTML5 to promote Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi’s album Rome. The site creates a 3D interactive world using WebGL where all the objects in the movie react to both the music and user inputs. The site will make you feel as if you’ve EXPERIENCED the song and not simply listened to it.
The website was created to warn consumers about the dangers of not using password protection on their mobile devices. This is done by using Html5 to produce a second-screen practice that will truly scare those that hitherto have avoided password protecting their mobile devices. So protect yourself.
Google here uses Html5 to showcase the many features of its Google Play streaming music service. This is one of the prime examples of how the integration of movie, sound, and interactive graphics can be brought together with Html5 to create an arousing and joy product promo that can drive consumer usage.
A scroll activated digital comic book developed by Saizen Media uses HTML5 to breathe some fresh live into the presentation of graphic stories. The added motility and pacing makes the static photos and story seem to come alive in a way that seems to be a bridge inbetween old comics and movie.
Adobe created the Expressive Web website to highlight the functionality and creative potential suggested through the use of HTML5 and CSS3. Through various examples and code snippets this is truly the best ”advanced” HTML5 user guide we’ve seen. This site should be bookmarked by all HTML5 developers.
Art of the Starlets uses your IP address to draw a picture of the Starlet constellation directly above you. What is most interesting about this project is that it uses HTML5 to develop an application on the web in a similar manner to those presently built in mobile applications for the Droid and iPhone.
This Shell website is an HTML5 experiment created by Legwork Studios that promotes Gamit’s fresh album ”Parts” in a rather joy and rewarding manner. The website presents fans with a movie puzzle that if solved, before the music finishes, permits them access to a free mp3 download of the song.
The Lost World’s Fair site was developed to showcase the HTML5 capabilities inherent in IE9 by creating interactive posters that take users on a journey to three fabled locales. By using your mouse to scroll down each poster visitors are permitted to uncover further mysteries hidden in each location.
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