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One option you may try is the following : Use selected disabled checkboxes for the mandatory items For each group of items, that at least one of them must be selected, use a hallow geometrical shape (circle, triangle, square etc). Use different colors for each shape. Place the shape next to each item accordingly Initially all items are unselected (except ...


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Step wise wizard with clear segregated choices. When user moves to next step, load related choices then.


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Don't show the groups, show the steps. Step 1(or 2) fill in the required things. Step 2(or 1) pick between the OR selections. Step 3, select optional items.


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The proposed solution with a link symbol in your diagram may give a false impression that these items are chained together sequentially. Since a link is usually a 1 to 1 connection. To de-emphasize the possibility of naming groups, maybe provide an alternate way of grouping items? Some ideas: download bmml source – Wireframes created with ...


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If you are trying to group things, try showing a expand and collapse sign + - and indent them with the first group.


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Google+ had introduced some interesting concepts of showing/linking Groups/People in a circle like this: Hope this helps!


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To me the main function of your form is to create or update a contact. So I'd suggest renaming it to: Create / update a contact. Then move the drop-down with existing contacts and the button to create a new contact to the top, side-by-side: [ existing contacts drop-down ] [ + new contact ] This makes the purpose of the modal much clearer. Don't show the ...


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A few points: 1) Make sure there is a default state so that if a user type is not manually selected it doesn't trigger a fault with the back-end, is saved into a findable default place/category/type, and the info is not lost completely. 2) What is the most vital information to capture? As this is titled "Add a contact" I suspect it's the user type and user ...



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