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I'm designing a 'build your own product' interface which allows a user to upgrade a base product. Currently I'm unable to get feedback from our users, but I did share the design internally.

For security purposes I've had to replace the actual content with filler text.

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One of pieces of feedback I received was that the base product column and performance upgrade column felt disconnected. I tried adding a plus sign icon between them, but it looked silly.

Any suggestions about how to remedy this issue or suggestions how to improve this design would be greatly appreciated.

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Very good work from what I can see. Here are three suggestions with examples (examples are not 100% to the point)

Suggestion 1: Instead of connecting the two separate the other third There are 3 steps now (and generally 3 is a good number) but you could translate that into 2 steps + summary. In that way, you could either change the colour of the card slightly or (even better) add slight background colour on column three or divide them with a line. enter image description here

Suggestion 2: A mobile-first approach might give you more options Consider instead of having a horizontal process to have a vertical one. Working on a mobile version of this will lead you to this direction as well. There you can have a more natural flow of 1 + 2 = 3

In that case, you can also make use of accordions or expanded cards to show your message.

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Suggestion 3 Make the 2 first steps vertical and keep the 3rd one on the right.

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    Thanks for the detailed response, Mike. +1 – tbonejenkins May 14 at 13:41

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