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Senador Volstead : Prohibited Beer

on May 28, 2013 by Laurent Comments

Launching a product by hiding it. One can think it is audacious. Or irresponsible. The Spanish beer Senador Volstead makes it creative.

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Peanut Gallery Chrome Experiment

on March 27, 2013 by Mark Comments

From the dudes at Google Creative Labs comes Peanut Gallery, a web experiment that lets you create and share silent film clips by using voice recognition to create title cards. It’s built entirely in HTML5 and uses the new Web Speech API. Read more…

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Flash vs HTML5

on March 9, 2013 by Mark Comments

Flash vs HTML5 is a HTML5 study of the current landscape for creating gaming and rich interaction, presenting Flash and HTML iterations of the same game. It uses custom 2D webGL. The parallax scrolling is also cool. There’s a bit of hornet’s-nest-kicking debate fodder in there of course but the real treat is viewing it all on your mobile/tablet browser. Agency is Waste Interactive London.

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The coolest police website ever

on September 17, 2012 by Martina Comments

Since you guys seems to appreciate quite a lot scrolling one-page websites, today we share something a bit unexpected, where The Wire meets NYPD Blue, Blue Bloods and any other color desaturated crime TV series you can name. But this time it’s not fiction. It’s a real Police Department trying to play its cards right and present itself to its citizens using a visual language that could potentially connect very well with them.

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Philippe Starck takes HTML5 overboard

on October 7, 2011 by Tim Comments

Dedon is a prestige outdoor furniture maker, the kind that can pay people like Philippe Starck  and Bruce Weber to design and film for them. And their website pulls a pretty hefty punch in terms of HTML5 . Read more…

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The New Beetle in Html 5

on September 27, 2011 by Martina Comments

Volkswagen is celebrating the release of its 21st Century Beetle with a pretty interesting Html 5 website that shows the history of the iconic car scrolling on the vertical axis from 1945 to 2011.

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OK Go: All is not Lost

on July 28, 2011 by Tim Comments

Google, OK Go and director Trish Sie have teamed up to create a spandex-heavy video clip for “All Is Not Lost”, the 7th single off their 2010 album “Of the Blue Colour of the Sky”.

If you fancy your own message to appear in the video, head over to All Is Not It is only accessible through the Chrome browser, as part of Google’s strategy of exclusive web experiences. Using HTML5’s canvas technology you can marvel at browser windows resizing and milling about.

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