If you are a content-focused standard-based web designers or a front-end developers who just starting out to work on HTML5 web design projects, it should be a great start to follow some of the great designers, developers, web standards evangelist focusing on HTML5 in particular.
This article contains a run down of top 25 must follow HTML5 developers, evangelist, designers, web standard enthusiast, in no particular order, which are on twitter with a brief description about them. Following them on twitter is great in order to learn more about HTML5.
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— Ian Devlin is a web and software developer born and bred in the Republic of Ireland. He often can be seen writing articles on HTML5 and web development in general over at PC Pro Magazine. He put up HTML5 Laboratory mainly for his own HTML5 Playground.
— Paul Irish is a interactions consultant at Molecular creating rich experiences, a front-end developer, a Google Chrome dev relations guy and a jQuery Team Member. He is known for his work as a developer of Modernizr, HTML5 Readiness, and HTML5 Boilerplate.
— Simon is an interactive designer and a CSS3 and HTML5 explorer. He created the HTML5 vs. Flash website, to showcase websites, demos and experiments between HTML5 and Flash.
— Ian Hickson is a writer and editor from Bay Area, currently working at Google. An editor of HTML5 Specifications.
— Richard Clark is a user interaction designer and curator of HTML5 Gallery. He is also one of the collaborators for HTML5 Doctor. His main skills are in front-end development, writing semantic markup using HTML and CSS with Web Standards.
— Bruce Lawson is an Opera Evangelist working as co-author of Introducing HTML5 and writes for HTML5 Doctor.
— Jack Osborne is a front-end developer with proficiency in; accessibility, design, semantcis, usability & web standards.
— frequently writes at HTML5 Doctor.amike – Mike Robinson is one of the developer at Lift. He constantly writes for HTML5 Doctor.
— Remy Sharp is a go-to guy of the web. From a sole developer, to a lead developer, to the head of technology and a right hand man to the CTO. And now, he is the co-author of a book called Introducing HTML5. He is the founder of HTML5 demos which showcasing HTML5 demos, examples, the browser supported and the technology used.
— Tom Leadbetter is a freelance web designer/developer who currently writes for HTML5 doctor.
— Oli Studholme is a designer in Osaka, Japan. He loves the web stuff – specifically HTML5 and CSS3. He is one of the writer/collaborator for HTML5 Doctor.
—Dan Cederholm, author, speaker, a recognized expert in the field of standards-based web design. He is the author of four books: CSS3 For CSS3 For Web Designers (A Book Apart), Handcrafted CSS (New Riders), Bulletproof Web Design (New Riders) and Web Standards Solutions (Friends of ED).W
— is an independent technologist, developer, coder, teacher and writer. He is the author of HTML5 NOW Step by step Tutorial for getting started with HTML5 today.
— Wendy Chisholm is a developer and author of “Universal Design for Web Applications”.
— Aaron Gustafson is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Easy! Designs, a web development consultancy. He is also a Group Manager of the Web Standards Project (WaSP), an Invited Expert to the W3C’s Open Web Education Alliance, a speaker, and an author.
— Jeremy Keith is an Irish web developer and author of HTML5 for Web Designers.
— Ethan Marcotte is a web designer & developer, a author and a speaker. He is passionate on about beautiful design, elegant code, and the intersection of the two. He co-authored “Designing with Web Standards Third Edition” with Jeffrey Zeldman and “Handcrafted CSS” with Dan Cederholm.
— Eric Meyer is an American web design consultant and author. He is best known for his advocacy work on behalf of web standards, most notably Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), a technique for managing how HTML is displayed. Meyer has written a number of books and articles on CSS and given many presentations promoting its use.
— Nicole Sullivan is a web developer and CSS aficionado focused on developing websites that use the most modern techniques for achieving accessibility, branding, and sophisticated usable design.
— An accomplished designer, author and speaker, Dan Rubin has over ten years of experience as a leader in the fields of user interface design and web standards, specifically focusing on the use of HTML and CSS to streamline development and improve accessibility. Realworld CSS3