Hi guys, I've just recently moved into a kitchen design role (dropping boxes onto a layout, in other words) at my work and I was looking to get some insight from those who actually make the designs a reality. From what I've experienced and witnessed (mostly from the sidelines up till now), and from reading multiple threads on this forum, is that the fitter is often the de-facto designer anyway, constantly suggesting better layouts/arrangements than the so-called "designer". So I would basically appreciate your guys feedback, if you don't mind, on some of the most common issues you face when presented with a kitchen design: what gets overlooked, missed, etc. And what can a designer do that makes your lives that little bit easier? As I said, any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.