Free online book: Dive into HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim.
The paper version is titled HTML5: Up and Running (O'Reilly, via Amazon).
Table of Contents
- Introduction: Five Things You Should Know About HTML5
- A Quite Biased History of HTML5
- Detecting HTML5 Features: It’s Elementary, My Dear Watson
- What Does It All Mean?
- Let’s Call It a Draw(ing Surface)
- Video in a Flash (Without That Other Thing)
- You Are Here (And So Is Everybody Else)
- A Place To Put Your Stuff
- Let’s Take This Offline
- A Form of Madness
- “Distributed,” “Extensibility,” And Other Fancy Words
- Manipulating History for Fun & Profit
- The All-In-One Almost-Alphabetical No-Bullshit Guide to Detecting Everything
- HTML5 Peeks, Pokes and Pointers
- 10 Resources for Beginners – Web Development (by Get Ramped Up) - thanks for mentioning me 🙂
- 36 High Quality Templates & Tutorials To Design Business Website (by hongkiat) - more on the business side of things
- How to Design a Website Online (by Pamela Rdz) - collection of online tools
- 7 Boilerplates, Templates & Resets for a Fresh Start (by Kelli Shaver) - call it libraries, code snippets or reference materials - use and re-use.
- Logos Built to Last: Five Aspects of Human Perception One Must Understand to Make a Lasting Impression (by John Williams) - simple, quick, exciting, habit, the best
- What’s new for web designers – Jun 2011 (by Cameron Chapman) - SpiderScribe? Nice collection once again...
- 5 Little-Known Web Files That Can Enhance Your Website (by Alexander Dawson) - geo.rdf and geo.kml, geotagging for your website
- How Web Designers Can Adopt a Global Mindset (by Christian Arno) - Cultural differences are shamelessly overlooked, depending on your audience that might be ok but you should know... read the article.
- User Interface Design Framework (by webalys) - a really nice set of flexible GUI elements, free icon library and a graphic style library.
- How to Navigate Design by Committee (by Andrew Follett) - Andrew outlines a feasible approach to steering design discussions into a successful direction.
- Accessiblity Forum 2.0 (by buyaccessible.net) - promising blog to follow if you are into accessibility.
- 10 Free Online Books for Web Designers (by Henry Jones) - add to your never ending supply of good stuff.