An update to HTML5 for Creatives

A couple of months back, we published the first version of our HTML5 for Creatives, an ebook looking at what HTML5 is, and its implications for Creative Directors, and other “creatives”.

As noted, there was some irony in the fact is was a PDF. Well, prepare for more irony, as we’ve just published a new, updated version, and there’s now both a PDF, and an iBooks version, available from iTunes, and still free. And we’ve updated the PDF version as well.

HTML5 for Creatives takes a high level, yet in depth, look at the capabilities, use cases, strengths and limitations of the whole suite of related technologies that are broadly referred to as “HTML5”. It’s written specifically for people who make decisions about the use of technologies, particularly in the creative industries, (but it’s more than a little relevant for other industries as well) rather than for developers and implementors. We keep it high level, so there’s no code to worry about, but we’ll also delve into these technologies in some detail.

So if you need to know more about what HTML5 is, and what it can do for you, then grab a copy. Or if your client, manager, or some other decision maker you work with needs to get up to speed with modern web technologies, then send them a copy (or print it out and put it on their desk!)

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