My users are to pick out a view of data for tables and graphs through a button panel, but I suspect this one button might be too confusing.
Now, actually using the control panel feels very easy, and I've gotten positive feedback. But, the Fi button near the top right is where my problem lies.
No has 5 sub buttons, Se has 4, Dk has 2. Fi has none buttons as it only has 1 sub area in the database I'll be pulling data from further down the development.
I'm considering my options and conclude that i could add a button called Fi1 and let the Fi button just be a header like the other ones, but then, clicking the Fi to select all the children, just like how the other ones work, seem really redundant, It's just one child! but it does conform to a consistent behavior.
I could leave it like it is, but then I'm not sure if users are going to think that Fi is empty and there's no point in clicking it.
The results from clicking any of these buttons are hidden behind an apply button, so I'm not sure if the user would discover the Fi content on her own.
I guess I'm just looking for opinions or any examples of similar situations and how those were solved. Ideally I would do an A/B testing, but we don't have the capacity to go test