As part of our FAQ report常见问题的战略设计we reviewed the FAQs at 23 big and small organizations to help derive design guidelines for how best to present this important content. The Mayday organization, devoted to election-campaign reform in the United States, provided an interesting before-and-after example for our FAQ analysis and guidelines. We didn’t have anything to do with the marked improvement in the “after” example, but it helps illustrate some of the important design attributes of good FAQ usability.
✓Jump links are used to navigate from the question list to the answers below. The jump links let users quickly scan the list of questions and find the one relevant to them instead of scrolling through a lot of content in search for the right question. (Alternatively, closedaccordions，虽然并不总是在桌面上实现良好（但通常用于对移动设备的良好效果），但也将是这种内容的适当设计选择。）
✗页面底部没有提供导航或返回页首链接。（这对另一个是一个好地方Donatebutton too.) To move away from the page, users need to scroll up all the way to the top. That amount of scrolling can be daunting, especially on smaller screens.
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✓The link color has more contrast with the background and text colors and helps links stand out.
✓The content is changing as the situation of the organization and the questions it receives are changing. This is the kind of dynamic content that can do the most good when it’s part of an information-discovery and service-improvement process.
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We reviewed the Frequently Asked Question sections of 23 big and small organizations to illustrate how best to make this important content type more usable.我们的69页常见问题解答报告contains94 guidelines for making good FAQs, illustrated with 41 screenshots. This report is not just about more-usable web page design, however. It offers advice on how toposition both FAQs and UX researchers strategicallyin order to manage data and information flows, content strategy, and product and customer-service improvement.