Design Details · July 24, 2019

306: Is Ego Getting in the Way of Accessibility?



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In today's episode we dig into two listener questions about when to use toggles versus checkboxes, and the current state of accessibility in product design. We also share a big milestone for the podcast, get caught up on some news, and as always, share our cool finds of the week.


  • We've crossed 5 million total downloads on Design Details! Thank you all for listening along with us for all these years 💜


Listener questions

One Cool Thing:

  • Marshall shared a Mac menu bar application, Bartender, a tool to help you customize and manager your Mac's menu bar.
  • Brian shared a new Mac application, Dato, created by Sindre Sorhus. Dato is meant to replace the date and time item in your Mac's menu bar, providing a better interface to see a calendar and timezones. This reminded Marshall of iStat Menus by Marc Edwards.

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