NHS Designs

Definition
a·lign·ment
noun
an arrangement or position of things in a straight line or in parallel lines

Design Principles
Alignment

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Page 8: Title Page

Occasionally you can get away with using both flush right and flush left text on the same page, but make sure you align them in some way!

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In this exomple, the title and the subtitle are flush left, but the description is centered. There is no common alignment between the two elements of text- they don't have any connection to each other.

 

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Although these two elements still have two different alignments (the top is flush left and the bottom is flush right), the edge of the descriptive text below aligns with the right edge of the thin rule above, connecting the elements with on invisible line.

 

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Source: The Non-Designer's Design Book by Robin Williams


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