This week Apple reshaped its Human Interface Guide (Human Interface Guidelines) of Watch for developers, with a page full of information, graphics, videos and animations that may be of interest to users in general.
Apple Watch represents a new chapter in the way people relate to technology. It is the most personal device ever designed by Apple, and it enables new ways to receive information and interact with apps.
The website is divided into areas such as gestures, Force Touch, Digital Crown, side button, app components (notifications, Abstracts, Handoff, etc.), interface elements, specifications and useful resources.
It provides guidelines like this, here:
– Jared Sinclair (@jaredsinclair) May 5, 2015
Apple's instruction not to necessarily use colors to indicate interactivity in buttons differs from the concept established in iOS for iPads / iPhones, reiterating how much the experience with the Watch is unique.
But have no doubts: both the apps created for Watch and this Apple guide will evolve * quite * over time.
(via The Loop)