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If I have understood it properly, you have provided a list of options and you want your users to select either of the options (only one selection at a time) before moving to the next section. Also when any of the option is selected there is some content displayed (as tree) under it. For the making the individual selection you have used the approach of radio ...


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First of all I would propose looking at the sequence of your users. Does he need to read all three (or more) of the panels to make a decision? If so, wouldn't it be more practical for it to be expanded all the time? I can imagine having to expand every item and reading through it carefully can be a pain. If it isn't then I would say look at the flow of the ...


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Some thoughts and questions for you. Must the user do this sequentially? If so, sounds like a bit of a wizard. You could do away with the radio buttons altogether, and disable the sections below the first, progressively enabling them. What role does the radio button really play? Typically, radio buttons are in pairs, representing an either/or status. ...


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Since you mentioned the different selections having equal weight in importance, I would present them equally on the page. Better possible options: A standard menu, with short descriptions underneath each option Radio buttons if you want the user to only choose one option and then move on to the next step Users spend very little time on landing pages so ...



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