Typography Practice: Alignment


These mock-articles are practice on different ways I could take a piece of text and present it in a unique way using the various alignment methods with text: Justified, left alignment, center alignment,  right alignment, and both left and right alignment simultaneously. The work used as dummy text is from Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word by Walter Ong.

Tools Used:

Adobe InDesign

Having trouble reading/viewing text and details?

  • On your computer:  All images can be expanded when clicking on them, however, if it’s not enough, right click on an image, then select “Open Image in New Tab” in the sub-menu that pops up. Once in the new tab you can click the image and zoom in with a much greater scale.
  • On your phone: Use your two fingers to pitch the screen and zoom in with ease.