CSS3 encompasses quite a few things really, in particular, current applications include:
However, TWS is constantly reviewing the potential for utilising new CSS3 techniques in relation to new and existing design requirements.
The HTML5 doc type allows for a lot more browser based functionality to be realised. Current areas of interest are:
TWS are constantly developing this skill set. whilst not too wide spread, virtually all TWS clients are already using HTML5 doc types and are ready and poised to leverage any of the emerging capabilities that emerge.
TWS is a forward thinking company. As a commercial enterprise we are faced with the need to balance experimentation with practical application. As such we need to attain a balance between commercially viable techniques and sustainably practical design and build methods. This means that clients webs sites will always display a bias towards the new and latest techniques whilst maintaining the simplicity and elegance that makes them efficient working tools.
TWS are also aware that many people have no idea what CSS3 and HTML5 and many other terms mean. We tend to describe them simply as systems similar to those of Betamax and VHS, VHS and DVD, Analogue and Digital. Like a film shown in Betamax and then shown in VHS, your web site will look just the same. Its just a more modern way of doing it. These newer techniques are designed to accommodate the future, they allow for greater transportability across new platforms, I-Pads etc. In fact, the difference is often imperceptible. However, the difference is there, whether its the fact that CSS is simpler to modify centrally through to the dynamic potential of font face libraries over fix stylised graphics, the new techniques all offer something and bit by bit the older techniques and methods will bring about their own issues and difficulties. It is the aim of TWS to provide its clients with the optimum balance and present methods that are in the best interest of the customer and the needs of their web site.
As such, if you have any questions about these new standards, please feel free to ask.