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I'm currently working on a very long form (can't be shortened) which I'm trying to make a bit more playful and easy to fill.

There are a lot of radio buttons, which is ok in terms of usability, but a bit boring for the user.

Do you have any idea how I could present the following type of question / answer in a more visual way? choosing a range of time

There are other questions with percentages such as this one: choosing a range of percentage

Anything I've tried so far seems to make the user's job more difficult but my client really wants something cool and visual.

Thanks

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This is a handy range selection control: Range selection control Range selection control - modern

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How long are you planning to stay on Mars?

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______ 0__________1_________2_________3__________4

Suggestions:

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  • thanks a lot for this proposal however I feel like it's giving too much choice and work to the user : they have to set the ranges themselves instead of selecting one that's already suggested. We don't need a very precise range. We want them to be able to select one of the proposals quickly – Raphaëlle M Jun 23 '17 at 10:02
  • @RaphaëlleM - Added a Suggestions section (for quick access) – Shreyas Tripathy Jun 23 '17 at 10:12
  • That's a good idea, it's at least as simple as radio buttons. In fact it's better because the left to right order works with the fact that the numbers are getting higher. It's probably not as graphical as what the client would like but it works for me. Thanks – Raphaëlle M Jun 23 '17 at 12:10

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