My main goal with this watchface was to motivate users (and myself!) to hit 10,000 steps in a day, so the watchface changes a bit as users get closer to that goal, and once you hit 10,000 there are some alterations in the color scheme that take place. I couldn't figure out how users could preview these changes before testing out the watchface, so I guess you'll just have to try it out!
I also have a couple of tips for those using the Samsung Gear S2 that pertain to this watchface:
1. In order for your steps to be correct, you need to set any Facer watchface as your watchface sometime before midnight, which will allow your steps to be accurate for that coming day. This is because Facer does not/cannot read the steps you've already taken in a day (hence why when you first use Facer your steps will read zero). If you change Facer watchfaces during the day, your steps will remain accurate, but if you change to a non-Facer watchface, expect to have to pass midnight before your steps will be accurate again.
2. The "always on" mode does not work with Facer's dim mode feature.
This is my first watchface, so I would really love any feedback! My goal is to eventually be able to create my own graphics, hands, etc., but this is what I came up with as a first time user of the Facer Creator platform.
Any tips/suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks!