Sandra says: “The shapes of the numbers inspired me, so I started to combine them and ended up creating something that looks quite cryptic. It looks messy at first, but its actually very logical. Continue reading →
Sunci says: “I simply had a dream about FOXI in which I saw every detail sharp and clear from the time-telling to the strap’s pattern, even the colours. The e-ink idea followed quickly, I wanted to create a watch that doesn’t require button pushing to check the time, but shows it constantly.
Using an accelerometer or tilt sensor, the interface of this design rotates adding an interesting element of movement to the design and to ensure that the current minutes are always aligned at the 12 o’clock position. Continue reading →
Paul says: “I came up with the idea for this watch design after talking to a friend, who had suggested a hexagon design. I wanted something using a similar shape and decided on a pentagon for the hours. It reminded me of an old childrens program called The Adventure Game. The money was hexagons and pentagons.
Two similar watch designs with subtle interface layout variations. Both feature vertical lines of LEDs beneath a stainless steel grid that separates the segments and that also features a raised section which makes for an interesting touch. Continue reading →