I’m a runner and I like using Garmin watches to track them. I also like minimal watches. When I was browsing the Garmin Connect IQ store, I couldn’t find a design that I liked.

That is why I set out to design and develop my own designs! As you might have guessed, I like my Garmin watch to look like a nice, minimalistic (sometimes slightly abstract) watch when I’m not running. My designs reflect that. You can view my Garmin design collection on this page.

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Future Classic (NEW)

A futuristic twist on the classic analogue watch design. It shows the hours using inner circle marks, minutes using tally marks around the edge, which group together for each set of 5, and a battery indicator.

Get Future Classic in the Garmin Store »

Simply Counting Hours

minimal garmin watchface using tally marks

A minimal and stylised watchface design that displays time using tally marks for hours. It includes indicators for battery level, alarm, AM/PM, and notifications.

Get Simply Counting Hours at the Garmin Store »

Simply Digital

garmin minimal digital watchface

A minimalistic digital watchface design. It displays time using classic digital type, has a battery indicator, and AM/PM, alarm, and notifications icons.

Get Simply Digital at the Garmin Store »

Minimal Wires

A minimal watchface based on a utility post illustration that displays the time. The number of wires reflects the current hour.

Get it at the Garmin Store »

Minimal Binary (5k+ downloads)

Minimal Binary Watchface design for the Garmin Smartwatch

A minimalistic watchface that shows time using binary indicators.

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Minimal Data (1K+ downloads)

A minimalistic watchface that displays time using squares for hours and small lines for minutes.

Get it at the Garmin Store »

Minimal Digital (300+ downloads)

Minimal Digital Watchface for Garmin Smartwatch

Get it at the Garmin Store »

I wrote a blogpost about the experience of developing my first watchface. It might be helpful if you want to develop your own. You can read the post here.