Year: 2016

How Tiger Woods’ life unraveled in the years after father Earl Woods’ death

The death of his father set a battle raging inside the world’s greatest golfer. How he waged that war — through an obsession with the Navy SEALs — is the tale of how Tiger lost his way.

Dad Photoshops His Son Into Epic Scenarios Using His Expert-Manipulation Skills

Dad Photoshops His Son Into Epic Scenarios Using His Expert-Manipulation Skills

Using photo composition, photoshop, and his expert image-manipulation skills, photographer and digital artist Adrian Sommeling creates surreal images featuring his son.

Adrian Sommeling practiced fine art for many years, but eventually decided that digital art is more appealing to him. And who is a better muse than your son, right? Each of Sommeling’s photoshopped images features his son and sometimes himself in awesome scenarios such as flying on the wing of an airplane, riding a rhinoceros, and skating on a skyscraper. Check them out below and vote for your favorites!

If you want to learn to photoshop your own surreal pics, you can learn from Sommeling himself by purchasing his tutorials on his website.

The 25 Principles of Mobile Site Design

The 25 Principles of Mobile Site Design

Consumers increasingly rely on the mobile web for research and discovery, which makes it more important than ever for companies to have an effective mobile presence. But what makes a good mobile site?

The results uncovered 25 mobile site design principles, which we’ve grouped into five sections:

  • Homepage & Site Navigation
  • Site Search
  • Commerce & Conversions
  • Form Entry
  • Usability & Form Factor 

Key Takeaway

The common thread in all sections is that mobile users tend to be very goal-oriented -they expect to be able to get what they need from a mobile site easily, immediately, and on their own terms. Ensure success by designing with their context and needs in mind without sacrificing richness of content.

Download: Principles of Mobile Site Design: Delight users and drive conversions