Another Wikipedia Redesign, explained this time.(

over 9 years ago from Jonathan Levy, Product Developer @revealparis

  • Luke MillerLuke Miller, over 9 years ago

    Assumption 1: Taking up a large portion of the screen for a banner/title instead of content is a violation of that objective

    It could turn out that people are able to navigate better and focus more with this design because it grounds them (also an assumption).

    Assumption 2: Hiding the summary and table of contents, both of which are integral parts to a wikipedia article

    It could be that people don't use this as much as you do, or at least as much as you think they do.

    Im just saying, recognize opinions for their subjectivity.

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