HTML5 And You
Our company has finally managed to convert our staff from effectively using XHMTL to effectively using HTML5. Our move from XHMTL to exclusively HTML5 is a very multi-part ordeal and the cost to us was quite significant.
This means the exact same site is displayed on browsers and cell phones, just that the elements are in different positions but everything is still there and is just as usable as the full site.
That’s not all, because the site is responsive, you can make other elements do different things when a certain area of the page is visible, such as making an image slowly fade away when it reaches the top of the browser, or having other animations trigger once that part of the page is visible.
HTML5 allows for rich content. What this means is, form fields are better read and tagged correctly for audible devices (for the blind), cell phone browsers, and cross-browser compatibility.
DO MORE; BETTER IMPRESSIONS
While this may have inured some significant costs to our company to research — it allows us to now provide our customers with a new, robust set of tools for their website’s deployment, and to us, its more than worth it!