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I am designing a product detail page for an e-commerce site on mobile. Some of the products have different options with different prices and some of those options have sub-option. So at the end some products have up to 6 different prices. The attached design has already been approved but there are still concerns about the clickability of the boxes. My team wants me to add chevrons (>) beside the prices but since there is a lot info going on and there is not too much space I am not sure that is the best solution. Any ideas? Thanks

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  • I would not use chevrons next to numbers as (some) people may read that as a Greater Than or Less Than sign. – jhurley Sep 26 '17 at 18:34
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From my first impressions (as a standard user), it's not immediately clear to me that these boxes are clickable.

I think a button would serve you well here, like so:

mockup

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If you want "clickability", give them a button for each option! That will have the best affordance of anything else you can do.

Here's a rough idea (you would probably want to make them more button-like):

Edited screenshot with buttons

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We are all familiar with Pricing Charts and understand the top row is the Header while the text below is the description. Can we change the headers? I know it's a "return to the past" design BUT how about make the headers (OPTION A1) look like rounded-edge buttons and NOT just rectangles with white text?

Am I going to get my Design Degree revoked for this 1990s solution?

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