I'm working on some kind of B2B checkout process for car dealers who buy cars from my client.
In the 1st step of checkout, they have to choose between pick-up and delivery.
I want the user to really focus on these 2 options. When they'll have selected one, they will need to click on a "go to payment" button to proceed to step 2.
I'm thinking of making the "go to payment" button appear only AFTER they've selected one of the options. The interface would then look like this:
If I were to display the "go to payment" buttons from the start, I'd have to plan for an error message for the case when the user clicks on that button but no option was selected.
I like the idea of avoiding that error message. Without that button, the user would really focus on the 2 options without worrying on what to do next. The button would then appear when relevant.
Is there a risk of the user not noticing that button? I guess it will have to stand out a lot in the final design.
Do you see any other issue with this?
Thanks in advance