I am working on a re-design of an onboarding process for a financial platform, which of course requires a plentidude of information.
The forms primary step in the process, has the user fill out their personal details, address, tax information, and identity verification among other things. The length of this page is just borderline what I would expect would still be fine for the user experience, however there is an option in this onboarding process to have multiple clients signed up for the same financial account (This is where the problem lies).
Previously in their design, the business had tabs which would allow you to switch between the clients as you wish, as the information required for each client to enter is just as much as in the singular sign up process. Orders from top however, have stated that they would now like these separate client form areas to be stacked linearly, and have the page just continue getting longer and longer.
Refer to the picture link below for the design of the singular client form area, and use your imagination to imagine what it would look like with 2-3+ of these forms copied and pasted beneath each other.
Personally I believe if the user completing this application wants to go and change information or at the very least review it, it would just look like a mess of fields and you wouldnt be able to have your baring.
(Note* I am restricted to following their current platform style, which is straying towards Material MUI)
Thanks for any responses, Id like to hear what others think.