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Christopher DeHerrera and Joel Flint's presentation at agencyside's "Back in the Black" account team training.

Christopher DeHerrera and Joel Flint's presentation at agencyside's "Back in the Black" account team training.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. What is it? What it’s not.
  • 3. Why HTML5?
  • 4. Why not XHTML2?
  • 5. New in HTML5
            • - Semantics
            • - Audio, Video
            • - Canvas
            • - Geolocation
            • - Local Storage
            • - Web Forms 2.0
  • 6. Better for Design
            • - Gradients
            • Shadows
            • - Text strokes
            • - Rounded corners
            • Transformations
            • Canvas functionality
            • @font-face
  • 7. @Font-Face
            • A CSS rule which allows you to download a particular font from your server to render a webpage. This means that web designers will no longer have to adhere to a particular set of "web safe" fonts that the user has pre-installed on their computer.
            • Brand elements no longer compromised by font choices
  • 8.  
  • 9. Better for SEO
            • - Semantically correct tags
            • - Better page segmentation
            • - Text elements vs images or flash
            • - More unique function with crawlability
  • 10. Better for Mobile
            • - Video integration
            • - Audio integration
            • Better compatibility
            • Higher exposure
            • Web Forms 2.0 features
  • 11. When, 2022?
  • 12. What’s coming?
  • 13. The bottom line
            • Remove limitations in development
            • Open up design
            • Minimize work-arounds
            • Minimize dependency on 3rd party plug-ins
            • Cross-device/cross-browser consistency
  • 14. Thank You
            • Joel Flint - Senior Developer - Sitewire
            • [email_address]
            • Christopher De Herrera - Senior Art Director - Sitewire
            • [email_address]