I suppose I have several posts on smartwatches because they involve three of my interests: responsive design, user interface (UI) design and user experience (UX) design. Here are some luscious presentations of what Apple’s iWatch – which Apple may introduce in 2014 as an accessory to the iPhone – may look like and offer, the first from Thomas Bogner, the second from Todd Hamilton.
This CNET News video is a touch more than a month old as I post, but it still may interest you. There are a few words also on the Apple iWatch which may be introduced in 2014 as an accessory to the iPhone, plus efforts from Microsoft, Google, Dell and more.
Rachel Pasqua offers many insights on smartwatches from how they may drive demand for location-based messaging and voice search to how they are more likely to be quickly adopted than Google Glass.
Bloomberg Businessweek offers this article about the pending offerings of Apple and Samsung smartwatches. With the increase in both web-enabled TVs offering huge viewports and smartwatches, though they are big for watches, offering tiny viewports, design for web sites and email probably needs to consider an ever-increasing range of viewing sizes and needs.