Just wondering if this is a convention or feature of interest to develop in UXSE.
I have come across a recent question where the OP adopted a convention/method of structuring a question that seems to be popular in another StackExchange site. It takes the format of:
Context (information here)
Solution (approach/answer here)
Problem (issue/question here)
Now the exact order probably is worth debating (i.e. should a solution be proposed before clarifying what the problem is?) but I think as long as there is a logical connection between the three sections then it is at least a consistent structure for what I think is a very typical type of question on UXSE, which is the "Is the colour of the button that I used right?" sort of question that often gets closed because it is opinionated.
I believe if we apply this type of format to those types of questions, then we can actually frame it in such a way that it becomes a useful question to try and answer. Any thoughts on this from the community?