First of all, I'd like to thank all of the contributors to this sheet! It has fantastic functionality. It has everything a player would need to create a character and perform the needed dice rolls. That said, I feel this sheet is very weak when it comes to layout/UI and is in need of some pretty significant changes. Most importantly, it needs a "front page" so the player can make quick dice rolls without flipping through tabs. As it stands right now, we are given a quite extensive list of tabs separated by their category. ( The early D&D 5E Shaped sheets had the same problem ) ( Compare to the Shaped sheet of today ) These tabs, other than being separated and requiring page flipping, have two main issues. 1) They have a lot of needlessly wasted white space (which contributes to my next point) and 2) Once filled out, they require the player to do an incredible amount of scrolling to get to the required roll. This is compounded by needing to scroll to the top of the page to adjust the Dice Pool. Some of this scrolling can be reduced by minimizing sections, but in the end, it will all still need to be maximized to use the skill/weapon/etc. What I propose to solve this is to create two "front pages" for the characters that are a minimal in information that reference the Talents, Weapons, Force Powers, etc, in existing tabs. This allows the player to generally stay on one page while playing and only switching to another tab if they need to read further in-depth information. A similar page would be made for space combat. I've created a mockup in Photoshop to help illustrate this point. Obviously the layout does not need to be exactly like this, but it should give the general idea of what I mean. Main features include: Massive reduction of extra white space A 40% reduction of space between skills. In addition, combat and knowledge skills moved to the side. Reduces scrolling and brings in line with the Official FFG sheet . Removal of unneeded Die rolling icons. Instead rolling by clicking on the text to save space. A "floating" Dice Pool or a prompt when clicked. (See D&D 5E spell levels) A quick, clickable glance at everything a player would most often need in a session. Including Wounds, Strain, Skills, Weapons, Force Powers, Initiative, etc. I realize this is a pretty major undertaking, but I feel these changes would bring a vast improvement in the use of these sheets. Let me know if you have any questions or comments.