Article Structure and Headings (Editorial Guide)
Use short headings and meaningful paragraphs to structure the article for easy scanning.
Break up long paragraphs. If there is not a natural break, work with the authors to create them.
Use headings to identify sections of the articles and help readers skim through the content. Headings also support accessibility by providing an easy way to navigate through the article with a screen reader.
- No more than two levels of headings, using H2 and H3 (H1 is reserved for the article title)
- There must be text after each heading. Do not have an H2 followed by an H3 with no text in between.
- Headings Are Formatted in Title Case
The UX Magazine article template (Word file) is formatted with sample headings