HTML5 Receives Official Logo

World, meet the new official logo for HTML5:

HTML5 Logo

The logo is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0, which basically means you are free to recreate or modify what you see above to better fit your needs. This is perfect if you need to go in and modify the color scheme and what not to match your site or application.

Be sure to visit the official HTML5 download page to view some more variation and grab your own copy to showcase. Here is the link to the official FAQ regarding the logo in case you had any more questions or concernse

There are also new icons representing the new technology behind HTML5:

  • Semantics
  • Offline & Storage
  • Device Access
  • Connectivity
  • Multimedia
  • 3D, Graphics, & Effects
  • Performance & Integration
  • CSS3

You can also use their “Badge Builder 5000” to create yourself a nice little badge that can be placed on your own site or blog; I’ve already included mine in the footer.

It’s good to see HTML5 picking up steam. Your help in spreading the word will go a long way to creating a solid standard throughout the web and making our experience on it a lot more fulfilling – minus the quirks. Make sure you pick up an official HTML5 t-shirt to really make an impression and turn some heads!

Update: Check out this page to view some creative and funny HTML5 logo variations by a French graphic designer named Geoffrey Dorne. Remember, the logo is covered under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license, so feel free to modify at your own will!


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  2. September 6th, 2012

    Tyler wrote:

    I would like to implement this logo for my platform on web site design melbourne. This is a good roll-out as design call for platforms like HTML5 to be much more recognizable.

  3. October 5th, 2012

    Maggie wrote:

    The logo looks so different from the previous ones. I like it. If this new version doesn't work well though, logo design would be the least of their worries. I'd love to know what web designers think of html5.

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