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    How to Design Watch Faces for Android Wear and the Ticwatch (Part 3)

    Mr. Ticks has covered extensively the various techniques for designing custom watch faces for Android smartwatches. With the advent of the crossover watch, the Ticwear 2, which runs on Android but uses much of Android Wear concepts, he has found the need to dive into watch face design for the Android Wear platform. Using the powerful WatchMaker app, this series explains how to set up a watch for easy transfer of watch face designs from a phone to the watch, along with the basics of watch face design. In four segments a novice who has never created a watch face before can knock out some very sophisticated faces. This is part 3 of a series of 4 videos.


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    David Novak
    David Novak
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