[ off topic ]
One thing I've been doing a lot of lately is creating "sections" for grouping layers visually.
Meaning, I'll create a text layer, set it to 0 visibility and make the text "--------------"
For this watchface:
There's a lot of stuff going on -- the lower left quadrant has random signs, middle road has random events occur in its area, etc.
So, my layers look something like:
LOWER LEFT SIGN 1
TEMP LABEL 2
LOWER LEFT SIGN 2
MIDDLE EVENT 1 - BIKES
MIDDLE EVENT 1 - POLICE
MIDDLE EVENT 1 - AMBULANCE
(Obviously the layers aren't named as such, but it helps to name them in such a way to make it clear what belongs in what "group"
I'll either create a new layer, send it to the back and manually drag it up so it's higher and obvious it doesn't belong in a section. IE: HEART RATE layer clearly wouldn't belong in the MIDDLE EVENT area.
Similarly, I'll duplicate a layer that's close and rename it. So in this example, I'd duplicate LOWER LEFT and move it to the right of the watchface (so I can keep things on the same Y axis) and rename the layer LOWER RIGHT. I'd duplicate the "------------" layer twice and sandwich the new LOWER RIGHT layer with them.
It just makes it easier for myself when revisiting a design to see how I did something, or if people inspect the watchface
Anyways, sorry to derail