I'm consulting a Life Insurance company who plan to go mobile with their procedures on signing up for an Insurance product. This will be mobile on a 7" Tablet device, say Nexus 7 with 1920×1200 pixel resolution.
So typically, an End User will reach out to the Potential Buyer, pitch him the product and if the buyer is sold, he'll proceed to buy the product for the customer.
The criteria for acceptance is: Fewer Clicks and Taking Advantage of Screen Real Estate while still allowing enough space to not feel congested.
For Example, this screen had a lot of elements to incorporate as a whole.
With Material Design, this looks far better as a scrollable form, which the Agent can scroll accordingly and still feel it's the same page he's on while providing a good experience and not feeling forced to congest elements.
Now that you've got a basic idea, of what I'm trying to achieve out here, there's a challenge I have.
There are forms which go in detail on paper which specify the Health problems the Buyer might have. These are very minutely detailed and almost every row has a toggle that might activate another section is Toggle is set to ON.
How do I approach this?