The UX Designer's HTML Cheat Sheet

Sun 15 July 2012
By Martin Polley

While I was creating my Livetyping course, I realized that HTML5 might look a bit intimidating to some. It has over 120 different tags, which is a lot to get your head round. But in practice, when making interactive HTML prototypes, I only ever use a small subset of these.

So I made a cheatsheet containing just these commonly-used elements. Enjoy!


If you've got any suggestions for improving this cheat sheet, I'm @martinpolley on Twitter.

Livetyping is an online course that teaches UX designers how to make interactive, clickable prototypes using HTML, CSS, and Javascript.