Software architecture and engineering culture converge at the Continuous Integration (CI) system. It is absolutely essential that a CI system be easy to understand. Every failed test is a context switch. Each test failure must be actionable, with a clear path to resolution. Unreliable or obscure tests will sow confusion and degrade confidence. Building a comprehensible, usable CI is a problem space that is new and largely unexplored by the User Experience community. I do not claim to have solved the problem. But I look forward to sharing screenshots, anecdotes, things that have gone wrong, and the story of how the color yellow turned out not to be as scary as I thought.