Today's #BoardGameHour discussion about rules covered quite a bit of territory, but perhaps lost in the shuffle were some really nice examples of rules done right. One of those was Jaipur, whose rulebook has one simple trick that I try to use whenever possible.
Above you can see that the two basic actions in the game are color-coded, almost like buttons you can press. Either A or B.
When you turn the page, the next page spread is also color-coded, with option A on the left and option B on the right. It's so clear and obvious, I just love it.