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    Why Toggle Buttons Are Confusing

    Not all buttons perform actions. Sometimes they’re used to change states on an app. These are known as toggle buttons. They save...

    The Challenges with Single Toggle Buttons

    Toggle buttons should do three things — change states, show the current state, and reveal unselected options. If your toggle button doesn’t...

    Why You Shouldn’t Gray Out Disabled Buttons

    What should you do if you have a button that isn’t active in a given context? Removing the button from its native...

    When You Need to Show a Button’s Loading State

    Buttons have more than an enabled and disabled state. They also have a loading state. The loading state isn’t usually shown to...
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