Hey there. This is my first post so I will try to make it a good one. I have recently gotten into robotics and I need an H-bridge to control my motors. I have heard that there is a arduino motor driver shield, but because I am cheap I decided to make my own. I did the layout on stripboard which is in my opinion the easiest medium to work with (and I had a lot lying around ;)). I havent designed a lot of stuff on my own before so I wanted to see some of you techno wizards thought about my design. Any input you have would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
EDIT: I should note that the random IC's that are on the corners of the board are not actually going to be IC's. Those are going to be jumpers for motors or batteries to plug into. Unfortunately the software I'm using doesn't have jumpers built into it, so you kinda have to go rock n roll style