Albert Salamon TTMM for Fitbit Clock Face Apps
TTMM for Fitbit Clock Face Apps is Bronze Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Interface and Interaction Design Award Category.
TTMM for Fitbit Clock Face Apps

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.

TTMM for Fitbit Clock Face Apps
Albert Salamon TTMM for Fitbit
Albert Salamon Clock Face Apps
Albert Salamon design
Albert Salamon design
Albert Salamon

Albert Salamon is a graphic designer. He completed an Industrial Design Department at The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and lead the Visual Communication studio for ten years. He has worked in many different fields of design: names, signs, visual identifications, posters, informing systems, wrappings, web interfaces and mobile apps. He created new products and their development strategy.


Ttmm is a small team of designers and programmers. Ttmm experiments and creates minimalistic forms of digital time and develops apps for smartwatches like Pebble and Fitbit. The DNA of TTMM is a process in which team keep defining and inventing new signs for the 21st century era. Their mission is to software Time in a new manner, so that we can experience it in a new way. TTMM apps won three gold, three silver A Design Awards, Gold Indigo Design Award and three mFWA (Mobile of the Day) distinction.