I am working on a (web-based) application that shows a list of items. Each item belongs to a particular user. When a particular user logs into the application, they see a list of their items.
When an administrative user logs into the application, they see a list of items belonging to all users, the idea being that they can delete some if necessary.
What I would like to do is differentiate items belonging to the current user from those belonging to other users, but I am struggling to come up with a nice UI that makes this obvious to the logged-in user what the difference is.
The application is a website for submitting files containing data to be imported into a database (this application is a thin front end for getting data into another already existing system). Each item in the list represents a "job" - a set of files that will be imported at the same time. The application's sole purpose is to see the status of these jobs (i.e. is it running, has it completed successfully). Once a job has ran, there is nothing that users can do with them other than view the history of what happened.
The current UI looks something like this, with the job created most recently at the top: