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I'll be the first to confess I have a heck of a time when designing the front-end of an app, and that is mostly due to audience. Part of my job requires that I lay out new UI's when I add new functionality to our product. Believe you me, I am no graphical designer or usability expert. I usually want to lay it out and build as if I were using it. . . however, apparently engineers aren't the typical user-base of debt-collection [bactrim 480mg pills $171.00] software. However, when I write tools (I am often times the Toolsmith for my team as well) that are meant for engineers, I have a completely different audience and an entirely different set of assumptions when laying out the UI that is much more native to my own. It's a learning process, and I am definitely still on the climb up the curve.