Ttmm For Fitbit (Clock Faces Apps) by Albert Salamon
2017 - 2018, Golden A' Interface and Interaction Design Award Winner
The inspiration for TTMM collection comes form movies like: 2001 Space Odyssey, Blade Runner and Twin Peaks. Great influence for me was Tokyo Flash Japan portal, Nooka brand and TTMM for Pebble collection.
The TTMM is a collection of 21 original clock faces dedicated for Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Ionic smartwatches. Thanks to smartphone connection clock face not only shows time but also date, week day, heart rate, steps, activity time, distance, calories, floors, temperature in your city and battery status. TTMM clock faces have complications settings just with a simple tap on screen. This makes them very easy to customize color, design preset and complications to user preferences.
Design Challenges
The main challenge was to use fonts in proper weight and scale to be readable and easy to tap to set the complications like color presets or specific informations. To save the space for graphic icons or descriptions I decided to use my own symbols legend made from specyfic letters e.g. % = battery . = steps : = heart rate * = calories + = floors To some models I add some useful features like torch or stopwatch and timer. Those extra functions and tapping interface (compare to buttons settings in Fitbit app) makes TTMM clock faces easy and fast to operate and save user a lot of time.
Production Technology
All clock faces were designed in Adobe Illustrator. All bitmaps were edited in Adobe Photoshop. Programming was made with Fitbit sdk in Fitbit Studio software.
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