Pronounced as the letter ‘E’ and the number ‘one,’ Eone is short for ‘everyone.’ As an inclusive design company, Eone was established to produce the Bradley timepiece: a modern watch you can read by touch or sight — designed for everyone, sighted or blind. The Bradley’s innovative magnet and ball-bearing mechanism and unique appearance have won numerous design awards. Kim named the watch after Bradley Snyder, the blind Paralympic gold medal-winning swimmer who lost his sight while serving in the United States Navy in Afghanistan, and who helped in the project's development. The Bradley was initially funded by a Kickstarter campaign in the summer of 2013, exceeding its $40,000 target by $550,000. It has gained a cult following for its unique aesthetic. The visual appeal of the Bradley was part of Kim's vision for the product: "We wanted to show that blind people have an equal desire to be fashionable and look good," he explained. "Before, they didn’t even have an option, but now they do." The Bradley was nominated for the London Design Museum's Designs of the Year award in 2014. Eone is currently developing several other inclusive design projects, to be launched in the near future.