currently working on redesigning a registration that serves three different audiences:
- Parent and Child
- Self (adult)
- Third party paying on behalf of someone else
I am less worried about in which context, what information to display for each audience for there is research behind that, this is a general ux question.
The question I have is how to introduce three different forms for three different audiences for a registration? Or is there a simpler UX that allows 1 form to serve all 3? One of the key issues is that the first option, means you will create an account for yourself, the parent, and one for your child. As opposed to the second option you will only be creating an account for yourself and should only be exposed to language around that.
I currently have mapped out their form depending on which bullet they choose to begin with liked i have mocked up below.