I’m not a big fan of developing user interfaces. Back in the day I used a tool called OpenROAD to write GUIs for database applications. It was a bit like VB, in that it was an event driven 4GL, but it stored everything in an Ingres database. You couldn’t do proper version control. There was no separation of business logic from presentation logic and you used on grids to position everything. I got quite good at it, but it put me off GUIs for ever.
Moving forward to the present day. I work for one of the UK’s largest online retailers and not liking GUIs is a bit of a disadvantage. I can knock up a webpage pretty quickly and can even do css to a degree, but I’m far from great and not in the same league as our front-end dev team.
It might be time to buy some flip-flops, get a couple of shirts from Threadless and see if I can join the design team… (although my complete lack of talent will probably count against me).
If you interested, Bootstrap can be found here.