Behold: The New HTML5 Logo

Most of you won’t really give a crap, but here it is, the new logo representing the next major revision of the HTML standard: HTML5.

It stands strong and true, resilient and universal as the markup you write. It shines as bright and as bold as the forward-thinking, dedicated web developers you are. It’s the standard’s standard, a pennant for progress. And it certainly doesn’t use tables for layout.

We present an HTML5 logo.

Thoughts?

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13 Responses to Behold: The New HTML5 Logo

  1. now that they have a flashy logo, we will hopefully all be mesmerized by it and ignore the errors and bugs when trying to read websites NOT coded in it…

  2. now that they have a flashy logo, we will hopefully all be mesmerized by it and ignore the errors and bugs when trying to read websites NOT coded in it…

  3. First thing that came to mind is an anti-virus software haha. Second, some type of hotspot shield. Nevertheless, I wonder if it's powerful against viruses. :)

  4. I didn't see that at first but I agree. It looks like an antivirus.

    That aside, I'm kinda surprised they made a logo. I mean…why? It's superfluous and has no meaning. Web developers tend to link to the W3 validator…not HTML5 description pages.

  5. Granted I'm using IE 8, so I don't know if it's doing anything special or not, but from what I see, it looks like something a 12 year old kid did in Photoshop…