TTMM clock face apps present time in a futuristic, abstract and minimal style. The collection of 40 clock faces designed for Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Versa Lite turns smartwatches into unique time machines. All models have color presets and complications settings that are controlled with a tap-to-change on screen feature. Some designs are additionally equipped with a stopwatch, a timer, an alarm or a torch feature. The inspiration for the collection comes from sci-fi movies and from the "Man Machine" and "Computer World" albums, composed by Kraftwerk.
This interactive touch screen media was developed so that essential information on Capella Maldives could be presented in a unique and engaging manner. Interior design renderings of the actual resort in development as seen in the interactive media were also done by VMW Group with professional 3D modelling and lighting software with proprietary pipelines. Main design inspiration came detailed study of many contributing factors such as Maldive’s geographical location and its unique features, culture and even to a certain extent its cuisine and flora and fauna.
A natural way to read time. The English and numbers go together, form a futuristic look and feel. The layout of the dial let user gets the information on battery, date, daily steps in a quick way. With multiple colour themes, the overall look and feel is suitable for both casual looking and sporty looking smart watches.
The Plant - Advent & Nature gives you a fresh look and feel. It easily matches your outfit, both for business and casual life. Both two designs (Advent and Nature) have event notification which prevents you from missing important event on calendar. The Advent even shows different encouraging slogan to give you different mood everyday. The Nature is suitable for casual occasion by providing essential information and different colours so that it makes your watch matches different outfit better.
Since the interaction between robotic technologies, in particular, AI and human beings would get enriched by a certain immersion of emotions, the designer proposes a multi-sensory interface expanding this interaction. REI is a multi-sensory interface conveys empathy between the robotic species and human by addressing especially the olfactory as well as the visual, acoustic and haptic sensation. This multi-sensational experience will be used in the near future to support and improve the interface of AI.
This project is designed for people who want to decorate their own cell phone with Moulin Rouge theme although they never visited in Moulin Rouge in Paris. The main purpose is to offer an improved digital experience and all of the design factors are to visualize the mood of Moulin Rouge. Consumers can customize design preset and icons on their favorites with a simple tap on the screen.