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This is a common question in design schools, and the answer is really easy: you should align the left extreme of a paragraph or block of content with the left extreme of the input field. Basically, exception made of content blocks with paddings (like blockquotes), all text should be aligned according to the desired alignment option (left, right, center). ...


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Generally, align the left of the field, not the text content: There are several reasons for this: Better alignment. For boxed input elements (i.e. with outlines, borders or shadows), the vertical | edges of the box tend to attract the eye as it scans down the left column so the form will be perceived as more organized if that vertical line is ...


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Thinks this is rather opinion based. I believe its more common that the information to be aligned with the text boxes, i.e. option 1. however besides to your question, think you should also consider labels above the textboxes which seems to be easier to use http://uxmovement.com/forms/faster-with-top-aligned-labels/ this is also quite a detailed guide ...



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