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In the West we start writing and reading from the left and move to the right. As such, if the input would exceed the visible space of the input box, it makes logical sense to start from the left. If your centred search only allows for X characters, which would not take it past the bounds of the input box then the centred text-box could work. If you were ...


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They are not cool! In western countries most of people read from left to right, aligning them to the left will increase the speed of people reading them thus completing their goal. There are a lot of good articles on uxmovement about this, also Luke's Werbowski book Web Form Design expalins everything you need to know about web forms...


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It depends. If they are all off by a bit, then yea, from a pure visual consistency point of view, they probably should be tweaked to all be the same length. But if they are containing entirely different values, then it may not make sense. For instance, perhaps once drop down is state abbreviations, and the other is a list of ingredients found on a ...



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