Re: Must documentation always follow the UI?
How important is it that documentation exactly follow the interface?
Hypothetical question: On the landing page of an application,
functions are laid out in non-alphabetical order. There doesn't *seem*
to be a functional reason for laying it out the way it is. Maybe they
were developed in this order. Let's say it looks a bit random.
Something like this:
I was thinking that if I were writing the documentation, that I might
lay out the docs in alphabetical order, to be more pleasing to the
eye. Something like this:
What would you all handle this situation?
Craig Cardimon | Senior Technical Writer
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