What this Page is About
Page Two gets in to the heart of the material. The succeeding libguide pages should be planned according to the material you are placing in the guide. It does not need to follow the previous layout, but the requirements of the guide should drive the layout. The overarching requirements are —
► solving the user's problem
You can identify what solving the problem might involve by asking yourself why the user opened the guide in the first place. Clarity is a matter of hierarchy, (what is the most important information? Let's put that at the top) and lack of visual clutter. There should be a single focus to the page, and all visual elements should support it. Then make another page.
If possible, save tabbed boxes for emergencies.