Placement of interface or informational items such that they line up neatly, which can be used for aesthetic design or to suggest associations between related entities.

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Alignment of dates/dateparts in grids

In some applications, dates can be entered manually as a date, or also as year/week (where we then calculate the first date of this week). We also use this for periods as well (year/period). How ...
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What are the determining factors to decide whether or not centrally align a website UI? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a usability reason for centering a website’s content area on a page? For a website with fixed width (ex. Stack Exchange, Twitter UI) which shows content in a ...
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How should I align two separated items of unequal widths?

Recently, I've come across two cases where I have two items separated either by a vertical line | or a bullet *. Here is one of the cases with an arrow pointing at the bullet: So my question is, ...
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Label align location for input box [duplicate]

I have form with long input list and corresponding labels for them. Labels inserted in left, because form has a lot of input elements and right side is reserved for errors info. So I have only option ...
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Should read-only Boolean grid columns be aligned to center?

My understand is text should be left-aligned; dates, times, and numbers should be right-aligned; images should be centered. What about Boolean strings "Yes"/"No"? My hunch says to center them.
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How to best align numbers and text in one column?

I am struggling with small redesign of our app's screens. I have a few labels + values (one under the other) which contain numerical and text data. Another complication is that some of those numeric ...
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Top labels alignment on forms: Align with text (typographically) or with input borders (geometrically)?

EDIT: I've added a psd of the screen making the issue clearer. See how the text is flapping[*] on the right while he is aligned and actually seems to be more easier to read on the left? Original ...