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I am working on an UI that allows user to print name tag for visiting guests, some of the guests have VIP status and some don't. The "Primary Guest" is always a VIP and is included by default. Options on this UI are:

  1. Primary Guest (Default & Mandatory)
  2. Primary Guest + other VIPs
  3. All Guests (Primary, VIPs, non-VIPs)

Non-VIPs only is not an option.

Currently this is what I have:

This is what I have for now

What I'm struggling is I don't think this approach shows the "inclusive" status of the options, they do not weight equally with each other.

Any feedback or suggestion is appreciated, hope I have explained my question well.

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    What is the weighting? ie. what is the chance of each of the 3 options? – Aadaam Aug 20 '15 at 23:19
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    @Aadaam Primary Guest only would be the most common scenario, chance of VIPs and All Guests are the same, but they are not edge cases – Mos Aug 21 '15 at 14:29
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So far, a simple radio button could suffice:

mockup

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If we would know more about the problem, that could help.

Edit: Based on your comment above, perhaps a "Split dropdown button" like solution would suffice...

Drop button mockup

It might get confused with a combobox, should be usability tested (depends on the environment and patterns of the actual UI)

Another option could be a "..." button right next to the primary one:

mockup

download bmml source

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