Design & Innovation
In the watch industry, it’s standard practice for brands to assign gender to specific watches. But that’s not how we do things at Eone. Learn more about our intentions behind what we design and how we handle our marketing.
Listen to our founder, Hyungsoo Kim, explain how we designed a watch for everyone, sighted and blind — the Bradley timepiece.
What is inclusive design? And what’s the difference between inclusive design and accessibility? We explain our design philosophy and why it’s important.
Get ready for warm weather with the Bradley timepiece in new, warm hues! Introducing the Bradley Mesh Gold and the Bradley Mesh Rose Gold!
At Eone, we’ve got a knack for noticing usability problems others might miss. That’s why we’re sharing our insights here in “Everyday Accessibility,” the series where we discuss accessibility in design, from shortcomings to successes. Let’s talk about a very basic part of our company: our braille business cards!
You might know that the Bradley timepiece is a unique watch you can touch or see to tell time — but the Bradley is more than a watch. Need to keep tabs on the time without being rude? Want to support a good cause? We've got a list of 15 ways to use the Bradley. We hope Santa has a Bradley on his list for you!
What I learned when I compiled my memories into data points and graphed the stories of my life.
Elevate your style in three dimensions with The Bradley Element. Angled slopes mark the hours with a mountainous terrain of smooth, coal-black peaks. With a 3D surface crafted in durable ceramic, the Bradley Element offers cutting-edge design and quality materials.
A commitment to sustainability requires more purposeful living in more areas of our lives. So in honor of Earth Day, let’s consider how we can think sustainably about a fundamental aspect of our lives: our bodies and the products, services, and spaces our bodies use.
What is the best way for aspiring designers to appeal to lots of people? Make clothing and apparel that is versatile enough for the gym and the boardroom. It turns out there is still an unrepentant demand for “it all.”