The Problem: As a runner using Strava on Wear OS (Pixel Watch) when I pause and resume a run at an intersection, I often accidentally click the Finish button and end the run. Then I have to start a new run. This is not desireable.
My Thoughts: I feel this is casued by poor hierarchy of the buttons on the screen attached. The 'Resume' button measures 5mm tall with only a 1mm gap between it and the 'Finish' button. My experience trying to hit this tiny button is frustrating, because I'm usually out of breath (am exercising), trying to push the button quickly because the crosswalk just turned green, and the button is so small.
Of the 4 clickable UI components on this screen, 2 of them are critical. Resume and Finish. Most activities will need to be finished, and most will need to be paused and resumed. Settings and Discard are rarely used and can probably be moved to another page (swipe).
The Request: As a runner using Strava on Wear OS (Pixel Watch), when I pause an activity I would like the 'Resume' button to be much larger and easier to click, So that I may easily click it in the middle of a workout and not accidentally finish my activity.
The User Acceptance Criteria: Given I am on a run using Strava on Wear OS, When I pause a run, then it is easier to resume the run.