Design submitted by Sriram from India.
Sriram says: I was looking into graphs and the sudden idea emerged. The top panel of the dial is glass and the body color is pure black.
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
Anders says: I wanted to design something simple, both with regards to the display and the hardware. I call the result ‘Link’. Partly for the strap which is the design’s signature feature, but also for the morse code-esque display of bars and circles.
Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: I thought about digits that are slashed through, but can still be read easily, and came up with the Sliced LED watch concept. The digits are fairly basic 7-segment digits, with some parallel slashes sliced through some unnecessary pieces, causing these new digits to require more than 7 LEDs each.
Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: ”Arcadia” is an LCD concept watch design with a choice of 3 fun displays to tell you the time: one has alien invaders similar to the ones in some retro arcade games, another has rain clouds and the other jellyfish. So, hopefully, there’s something to appeal to everyone.
Design submitted by Valantin from the USA.
Valentin says: I came up with this idea from the volume button on my stereo. It pops out when you press on it for fm am options. I also always liked see threw watches so this one that i designed has tinted glass on the sides that reveal the inside of the watch if you look closely. It also has a circular glass on the bottom.
Design submitted by Matthew from the USA.
Matthew says: I came up with this unique design just a few days ago while I was bored, and looking at the blank lines on my piece of paper. I thought that I could incorporate these lines into a way to tell time.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany
Sam says: KAKU is a 12-5-9 concept that uses kanji with different stroke counts instead of numbers. The inspiration came when looking up a kanji in a dictionary. The kanji were sorted by components, reading and also the amount of stokes, that are required to write them.
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: I was inspired by the latest productions “magnificent” Tokyoflash. Elegant and sober, “GRID-LCD Watch” is intended for modern women and men, in fashion.
Design submitted by Heather & Matthew from the USA.
Heather & Matthew say: The original idea was to put the digits into four quadrants, cutting each digit off down the middle and along the edges of the case in such a way that you can still determine what the digit would be.
Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
Jordan says: After a long absence from the blog, I decided it was time to try again and after reading up on the reactions to my previous submission, Aurora, I chose to re-think, re-model, re-render and, of course rename it, resulting in this newer, classier watch: Moonwalker, ultimately inspired by one of my favorite watches – the Movado Luno.
Design submitted by Bennie from the USA.
Bennie says: I came up with this design because I wanted a watch that was tailored to me, comfortable and easy to read but not too easy. I’m also a gemini so I wanted my watch to have two sides to it.
Design submitted by Lisa from Canada.
Lisa says: I wanted something that looked like a crazy future bracelet and not at all like a watch. Does it also tell the weather in space? Communicate with the mothership? People just seeing it on my wrist will never know! The smooth around-the-wrist design makes it look futuristic and not like a watch.
Design submitted by Nazuk from India.
Nazuk says: Idea for this watch was born in classroom project. It is inspired from Yin & yang, which implies night and day for me. Time is read in an analog way but by way of digital display, giving the name ‘digilog’