Userability Podcast #17 – My Stylish Idaho

"… This week, Hugh Griffith from Boise, Idaho calls into the show. He’s curious about the pluses and minuses of replacing standard interface elements. What happens when you swap radio buttons and checkboxes with more stylish graphic replacements?" From http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2010/06/18/userability-podcast-17-my-stylish-idaho/

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