Announcing the January Dev Derby Winners

HTML5 orientation allows web developers to read the motion and orientation data of devices to create more engaging and more interactive web experiences.

Recently, creative developers from around the world demonstrated just how powerful orientation can be in the January Dev Derby. After careful consideration, our three new judges—Remy Sharp, Chris Coyier, and Chris Heilmann—are proud to announce that they have decided on three winners and two runners-up. Please join us in congratulating these contributors!

First Place: Help UFO by michal.b
Second Place:
Pinball Maze by CarsonMcDonald
Third Place:
Orientation Tetris by nestoralvaro

Runners Up
Exploration by seva
Street Orientation by nestoralvaro

And let’s not forget about our other exceptional contributors. Each and every one of these participants is is pushing the web forward and deserves a great deal of praise as a result.

Want to see your name here next month? We are now accepting demos related to CSS 3D Transforms (March), HTML5 audio (April), and Websockets (May). Get an early start by submitting today!

About John Karahalis

John Karahalis is a software developer, a project manager, and a user experience enthusiast. He helps with web development on and project management on the Mozilla Developer Network, and he formerly led the Dev Derby contest.

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