I'm wondering if anyone has any tips for efficiently and methodically designing perfboard layouts. I'm working under a deadline to transfer several solderless breadboard circuits to perfboards and it's going really slow. I realized that most of the time I spend building these circuits is spent racking my brain to figure out where to put components so that they stay out the each other's way, have enough space for all connections, and connect efficiently. My current method is little more than trying every possible solution until something works, and it seems like there has to be a better way (preferably one that doesn't hurt my brain so much). It's a puzzle with infinite solutions, but I just want to have an efficient and methodical way to get one of those solutions. Ideally, there would be some sort of surefire algorithm that could come up with a solution every time, but any tips to make the process simpler would be much appreciated.