Our Favourite Sites From The HTML500 By: Michael Steele January 30, 2015 Updated December 22, 2021 Estimated reading time: 1 minutes. Note: Some of these sites were hosted on the HTML500 servers, which we've had to take down. Some of them still work though so read on! In the past, we've shown you exactly what you can make after 8 weeks with Lighthouse Labs. But what about seeing what you can make after just 1 day with Lighthouse Labs and The HTML500? Now you can! We are featuring here our favourite websites from the event in each city! We hope you can be inspired by the great things they've been able to create. Would you like to be featured here? Tweet us, write us on Facebook, or shoot me a note!: Without further ado, the best of the best: Vancouver Kurtis Stewart Kurtis made a beuatiful personal page for himself and his professional interests! Clement Woo Photography Clement Woo made his site to show off his photography. More coming soon! Calgary Darrell Montorio Among other cool features, Darrell made sure his site was fully responsive! Sherry Yang Sherry went with the resume option for her page, and made it clean and beautiful. London Saad Imran Saad made a site where you can review the HTML500 itself! Matthew Campbell Matthew, the 10-year old attendee who was featured in this great article in the London Free Press, made this landing page for a football academy! Brook Coatsworth Brook took the HTML500 as an opportunity to talk about the city of London itself, and what we can do to "revitalize the forest city"! Toronto George Wong George came across the Toronto In A Box website, and as a Raptors fan, it inspired him! In his own words, the experience of making it "validated my skills in actually creating a legitimate website/business." Awesome! Thank you to everyone who was involved in the HTML500! If you weren't able to make it, you can always learn to code at our part-time Web Fundamentals course!