Balogh's aim was to create a smartwatch concept that didn't leave centuries of watchmaking progress behind, which some of the current models seem to do. With that in mind, he designed the interface to match an existing watch devoid of annoying plastic and rubber — a Triva Havana. Instead of a touchscreen, his design makes use of the rotating bezel, crown, and buttons to control the smart features. To keep it minimalistic and clean, only the most useful features like weather, heart rate, music, messages, maps, and notifications would be included, and are only displayed when paired with a smartphone. Otherwise, the face displays a regular dial.