Motorola had a contest on watch face designs on Google+ and recently narrowed it down to a few finalists. Let’s say that it is not too surprising that they just announced the winner in the minuted preceding the Google IO keynote.
After 1300 submissions, the people have spoken!
Putting you in the design seat, the Moto 360 Design Face-Off competition invited consumers, designers and developers alike to dream up their own unique face for our new watch, Moto 360.
Ten finalists were selected by an experienced judging panel, who combed through every single entry to find the best-of-the-best, taking design aesthetic, originality and feasibility into consideration. Our panel was impressed by how beautiful, intricate and original all 1300 designs were.
Congratulations to our top 10 finalists: Tyler Allicock, Jose Azua, Layton Diament, Pawel Hanusowski, Dave McCarthy, Aramis Negron, David Pascual, Will Rodriguez, Paul Stringer, and Jason Wang.
From the top 10, we put the fate of the design in your hands, and as determined by the most +1’s, we are excited to announce David Pascual as the winner of the Moto 360 Design Face-Off!
He wins one of the very first Moto 360s and the chance for his design to be featured on the watch.
Well done, David, and thank you to each one of the participants – you inspired us with your creativity, insights and zeal.
For other Moto 360 designs, visit the G+ community. To learn more about Moto 360, sign-up for updates.
I have a suspicion we are going to see this design on the stage shortly. Congratulations to David Pascal on the win, a great design, and his Moto X.