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Today I read an excellent article by Sara Soueidan. In case you don't know Sara, she publishes high-quality articles and gives in-depth talks around SVGs, web accessibility, and many other topics.

In "Yes or No?' — One Checkbox vs Two Radio Buttons., she goes into the topic of form design and gives insight on the question if you should use a checkbox or two radio buttons to model YES/NO questions in forms.

Unfortunately, as with many things in software development, the answer is it depends. I highly recommend having a look at this articles, because it includes a lot of wisdom about UX! Thank you, Sara.

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