- Sadly, I do not find it easily readable the longer the page goes on.
- Yes. Except I don’t see my quoted price anywhere? Is that on another page?
My initial reaction here is: Don’t reinvent the wheel. I think the Disney site does this wonderfully well. Anyone who has tried to book a vacation at Universal right after booking Disney knows what I’m talking about. (And especially 2-3 years ago, where you had to choose a bunch of choices in a list, a bit like this). The only time Disney’s site “fails” is when the room isn’t available or booking hasn’t opened yet, and then you’re trying to base things off history and then doing your own notes to make hypotheticals.
So as such, I would try to model this after the Disney site as much possible. To bring it more in line, maybe have a running tally on the screen? Dynamically updating with your choices?
If I have to keep clicking “submit” to see my updated total, I see that getting frustrating.
Also, in its current config, this is a LOT of text and my eyes are already glazing over just from the screen shot. If you’re determined to keep this design, my first suggesting here is to get rid of all the “click to expand options” tags. I think people will know what a triangle does (aaaaand if they can’t figure it out after a few clicks, this tool wouldn’t help them anyway ).
Secondly, the length-of-ticket and options, since you can only choose it as a group (length + options), would it not be better to set this up like Disney? Choose your length of ticket, and then your addon options separately? So, basing off your screenshot, instead of a potential total of 28 choices cluttering up the screen, it brings it down to 5.
(can’t see it here, but the tally is at the bottom)
Sorry to be a killjoy here. I definitely appreciate all the work that goes into something like this. And it’d be great to have such a tool such as this independent from Disney. But as it is now, I’d only use it if Disney’s site wasn’t working instead of being my go-to planner.