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Depending on the request of your client. I believe you can also incorporate those items into one single question. Such as: Is anyone is your household working in A, B or C? Yes/No.
You could add a "None of the above" option, then make the question required. You might then rephrase the question to "Which of the following areas are you or a member of your household employed?" Healthcare Manufacturing etc... None of the Above
Since there is no available way to force your users to tell the truth and all the truth, you cannot go further than validating in some way or the other that at leat one of the suggested options is ticked. Depending on your choices and the technology and scripts you use, you can enforce a data validation and display an ex-ante or ex-post notice : ex-ante ...
I suggest, that Product Owner has "good" intentions of making the selection obvious and easy-to-perceived by users. Indeed, the pattern of dividing all the set of elements into un-selected and selected is convenient if there are a lot of elements. You can see an example: Moving the selected checkboxes is an attempt to implement this pattern, though it's ...
Alternatively, you can animate the item to move to the top - animation always conveys more information. But it's true, as it's been stated above, that it would be confusing if there are so many items that it would "disappear".
This is a classic case of a user trying to design a solution themselves, rather than just stating what problem they are trying to solve. Ask the user what they want to achieve with this interaction. Once you have this information you are in a better place to discuss alternate solutions. (Asking questions is a good strategy to get someone to be open ...
There are a variety of issues I see with that suggestion, most notably: Breaks Conventions: Checkboxes are a very familiar element on web-pages and that suggestions is considerably different than the very familiar and widespread convention of the list staying static and only the checkbox changing (e.g. toggled as checked/unchecked), and as Jakob Nielsen's ...
Matt's solution seems very clear to me. However it depends on the number of CV's you are going to show them. If the person has approximately more than 5-6 CV's; I would suggest to have a selection box - combo box. I would also suggest to put the no-CV option at the checkout. I have another suggestion. selecting from a large list is something I deal with ...
There are plenty of UI customization you can implement in such situation, for instance you can provide a drop down list box with the list containing all the Resumes. The 0th element would be 'NA' or something like that so that its up to the user to select or not select the Resume. Second you can use Radio button and can always provide a way to deselect the ...
Or you can use two radios, one with text, one with a dropdown: Do attach + dropdown, where you'll select which of those uploaded Don't attach CV Or combine it all into one dropdown with options: - Don't attach CV - Attach CV 1 - Attach CV 2 - Attach CV 3 - Upload another CV... Thinking about common default option might help you to decide for best ...
I would use a radio list and include "don't attach a CV" as one of the options. Don't modify the behaviour of checkboxes - that would be misleading. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups
Your "checkbox button" seems to have the following function : allow the user to open a filters or options view with additional items that you do not want to keep on the main view, for instance because they are useful in certain rare cases only. Keeping the checkbox with no background and no caption is not an option because : it would be understood as ...
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