For a KIOSK application, the user is required to view the entire disclosure before they are allowed to continue. This is a legal requirement, the legal team also turned down an 'I agree' checkbox. We do not expect the user to fully read and understand the disclosure, we are just legally required to show them the entire passage before allowing them to proceed.
I have a couple proposals that I wanted to run by you guys for feedback:
In the examples below the [NEXT] Button will act the same as the [SCROLL DOWN] button and advance the view by 1 PAGE
OPTION 1: The user is limited to a 'NEXT' Button until they reach the last page, when scroll controls are then enabled to allow them to view any previous content as well as the final 'continue' option
OPTION 2: Same as option1, but the scroll options are always availbile
OPTION 3: In this example, there is no alternative [NEXT] button, the user will have to use the scroll controls to continue -- an alternative to this is to only present the [SCROLL DOWN] button until the user reaches the last page
OPTION 4: Display disabled options, with scroll enabled -- options are enabled once bottom of disclosure is reached
Im leaning towards option 1 , as it forces the user to get through to the last page quickly what are your thoughts?