Paul Morris has been working with LabVIEW since 2004. As many do, he started out using it to automate experiments for his PhD (developing a fibre-optic hydrophone system, at University College, London). He joined Precision Acoustics in 2008, obtained his CLD in 2012 and became a Certified LabVIEW Architect in 2016. At Precision Acoustics, Paul is now the technical lead for a small team of developers with responsibility for all products requiring software control. These products range from calibration and beam characterisation systems for ultrasonic transducers and hydrophones to systems for the non-destructive testing of materials for use in industrial applications. Most of these systems combine motion control with data manipulation, specifically: acquisition, post processing and presentation. As well as developing a keen interest in software engineering practices and techniques/processes for team-based development, Paul’s recent focus has been on developing modular user interfaces and UI elements for the display of acquired data within applications.