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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 ...
Step wise wizard with clear segregated choices. When user moves to next step, load related choices then.
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.
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 ...
If you are trying to group things, try showing a expand and collapse sign + - and indent them with the first group.
Google+ had introduced some interesting concepts of showing/linking Groups/People in a circle like this: Hope this helps!
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 ...
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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