When I'm not in front of computer, I like to spend my time outside and moving. While I do some biking, I run enough to keep making the mistake of signing up for long distance races. Now, I would like to take advantage of wearable fitness tech for training. I have this GPS watch which has a beautiful form factor. It is the size of normal watch and fits well on my wrist.
The main problem is the touch-screen. Since the launch of the iPhone, industrial design has seemed to skew strongly towards touch screens. A touch screen that is roughly 1 1/4" by 3/4", on a device that is designed to be operated while moving and with sweaty hands, should be an outlier of bad design when everyone is talking about UX. Unfortunately, prettiness seems to be winning out over usability everywhere.