When I try to find information I need on Wikipedia, I usually just read the leading paragraph and skip all other contents. But I never think about the design of Wikipedia page. The leading paragraph always starts with bold title. The following contents are separated into several sections so people can easily find what they want if they just need some specific parts.
I usually take those articles for granted but never think about how these website pages are built and how these articles are edited. Wikipedia enable people to have online encyclopedia instead of carrying heavy books. However, what we usually ignore is only after Internet was invented，the existence of Wikipedia became possible.
Additionally, there are lots of people who are willing to share information actually did numerous editing work. I may only spend few minutes looking into some feature articles but editors may spend few days or even longer working on providing credible information, doing correct citation and discussing contents with other editors.
A Wikipedia article contains more than I think. If I search “the birth control movement in united states,” this article includes large amounts of links, which connected to broader information.