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Let's start from the beginning: If you want to attach to the path to completion advice, you should do something like this: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Compare it to this: Improvements: Labels aligned with inputs => Less visual fixations, just 1 visual direction, less horizontal space, but more ...


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Not all form actions are equal (Reset, Cancel, & Go Back are secondary actions: rarely need to be used (if at all), Save, Continue, & Submit are primary actions: directly responsible for form completion). The visual presentation of actions should match their importance. Avoid secondary actions if possible. Otherwise, ensure a clear visual ...


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My first impression is there's two things you could consider doing. 1) You could move the steps (which you currently have in the left hand column) to a top bar of the wizard, and have the steps always be present. The area underneath the top bar (let's call it the "content box") would always be visible. That means, if the user is completing Step 1 and ...


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Although i do not know what it is for, there can be some small changes that you can make in your layout. The best choice is align the steps according to these steps. If it is not dividable, then; Try to have one column structure like you are designing a form, it will make it easier to follow if there is scrolling action. Hope that it helps.


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You can use vertical tabs which is similar to accordion in the same step, one for mandatory form and another for options form. But the optional panel will be second tab, by default mandatory form should be shown. This way of showing Optional step is better than showing Options in a popup, and this also avoids second level navigation. As shown in the ...


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thx virtualnobi for the reply, i follow your logic that it would be best to create a separate step in the wizard, but as it is the steps in the wizard are already many (8) so i don't want to expand that further. It would most likely demotivate the user from the start. What i have opted for is to not use popups in wizards as popups tend to be more for ...


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From the information you provide, I assume that both (goods-and-containers and budget) are required steps in the wizard, and that they need some form of input to complete the wizard process. Based on this, I'd recommend to make the goods-and-containers stuff a step of its own in the wizard. to make the budget page a step of its own in the wizard. If you ...


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Are you using a combobox for those lists? It's hard to understand from the mockup. Using a combobox with free typing/suggestion option will be a better idea for both of the selectors (if you have a lot of options). The combobox will open on focus. This will allow for a less cluttered and overwhelming layout and will also give you more space for designing ...



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