I am working on a CBC that includes only two attributes. I'll call them Product and Price.
The attribute "Product" has five levels:
Price varies across the five products. There is a single fixed price for Product A and Product E (not a numeric price, but pricing terms described in words e.g. market rate). Products B, C and D each have a low, medium and high price which varies across the products.
Product A: fixed price expressed in words (e.g. market rate)
Product B: 8, 10, 12
Product C: 10, 12, 15
Product D: 12, 15, 18
Product E: fixed price expressed in words (e.g. partner pricing)
Here's what I am thinking:
- Treat the three numeric price levels for Products B-D as high, medium and low (pipe in relevant value)
- Create alternative specific design, with product as the primary variable and price conditional to Products B, C and D, only.
- Product A and Product E would not have a price attached to it. Instead, the pricing terms would be included in the verbiage of the Product A and Product E levels.
Does any of this make sense? I worry about Product A and Product E having only one attribute. Will this work?
If not, how should I approach this? Other considerations?
I would appreciate any help. (I don't know why a two attribute study is tripping me up, but..argh).