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
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?