Don’t Settle for Default Radio Buttons — Make ’em Your Own

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Not all assets are created equally. Every design system has its own style, whether it’s based on an existing framework or completely home-brewed. For example, some systems for websites and apps rely on plain HTML elements and let the browser display whatever they’re programmed to display. But they don’t have to. Take radio buttons. Radio buttons let people select one option from a series. They’re long-standing HTML elements that every major browser renders with ease. But certain looks, like Google Material Design Lite, don’t follow browsers’ built-in radio button styles. If you want to stylize your forms, here’s how to…
Don’t Settle for Default Radio Buttons — Make ’em Your Own