The Code Titanium Alloy tells the time by conveying a feeling of the combination of postmodernism and futurism. It renders a metal looking material, meanwhile, uses the variety of dots and patterns as a metaphor not only to keep the layout organized, but also to be a dominant way for the futuristic style. The inspiration is from the material: titanium alloy. Such material conveys the sense of future as well as the elegance. Besides, as the material of a watch face, it suits both business and casual purpose very well.
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.
Vestel Huddle meets the necessary needs of the users by organizing pre-meeting, during meeting and post-meeting activities and gathering all the contents together. While meeting room solutions on the market are only product-oriented, Vestel Huddle is solution-oriented and assumes a task organizing role for corporate companies by consisting various product and app functions. The focus enhancer interface design that plans meeting flow processes allows users to save time with creative point of view.
Here's a usual situation. You take your girlfriend out for dinner. Took long to order food and wait for it. Thinking what to do besides watching faces. Here is the highly interactive option. Now, you dont have to vie for waiter's attention. Just a few clicks to order your choice food, Know the serving time, Get city updates, Play Games, while food is served. Also swipe-pay from table only. E-Steward a WLAN based system with 3 units makes service more efficient, increases customers-restaurant and customer-customer interaction, increases table-turns and enhance the overall dinning experience.
TOMO is a friend and full-time passenger. I designed the branding concept for the TOMO interface system, a project sponsored by Toyota and Fujutsu Sen. Each letter in the TOMO logo is derived from the iconic Toyota logo, and in combination, the letters reform the original Toyota logo, subtly preserving Toyota's brand equity.The name is an abbreviation of the iconic Tomoguchi virtual pets of the 1990's. Now, TOMO is grown up and has evolved into a fully interactive, intuitive vehicle interface system. TOMO is the interface of the future, and we're developing a product that can be implemented by 2020.