Wikipedia:Organizing disambiguation pages by subject area

On large disambiguation pages, organizing by subject area helps readers find the page they want. Readers should be able to find their target article with a minimum amount of reading, by skipping irrelevant sections, and narrowing down from the whole page to one section, to one subsection (if present), to one entry. This page discusses three principles that enable that goal, and suggested headings to use. Guidance for individual entries is at Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Disambiguation pages.

Readers should be able to navigate down to what they want in one pass, without having to read any more headings than necessary.