Your LibGuides site supports responsive design. This means your guide will appear differently across various devices. Attention should be paid to where content is placed in your guides because it will get rearranged to suit the screen size of the user.
Image left: how Tab layout resized on smaller screen. Image right: how Sid-Nav layout resized on smaller screen.
Less is more. Users are often better served by content that is concise as opposed to exhaustively thorough.
Most content should be geared towards our users, not ourselves. Think about what tasks your users need to do and how your content can help them do that.
Creating and maintaining high-quality content can be time-consuming. Do your future self a favor and consider whether your decisions will cause more work than is necessary in the future.
Refer to Content Style Guide prepared by Suzanne Chapman for guidelines and best practices on library web content style.