When designing interfaces I will often go with a user intention oriented approach where the same action can be found in different places. Let me give two artificial examples:
Grocery store site
When opening a grocery store site there are many things a user might wish to do. One of the most popular things is check the 'store finder' to figure out the opening hours for a nearby location. Now, the users intention might both be to 'find a nearby store' or 'find the opening hours for his store'. Is it a good idea to have both a 'store finder' and 'opening hours' link (linking to the same page)? As in, for example just one big 'store finder' button on the homepage and two links with different names in the menu.
Lets say you want to invert screen colours. Typically this is located under accessibility (as historically it's meant to increase contrast on the screen), however it's also used by people who wish to use their devices late at night. Is it a good idea to put such a setting both under Display and Accessibility.
Because to be honest I think that's great UX design, yet for some reason (nearly1) nobody seems to be doing it... so am I wrong about this?
1 Amazon is doing it a bit where their ebook section is both linked from under 'Books & Audible' and under 'Kindle E-readers & Books'. But that's just one exception for millions of menus not doing this.