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Although I do not have an example of your layout, I would personally choose top aligned in this case. This will probably give the most visual order and harmony, especially since your paragraph block text is also left aligned (meaning you already have an unconsistent visual area on the right). Compare:


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There are some important points that appear to have been completely overlooked. Aesthetics are important too. You don't have to choose (enable your readers instead). Aesthetics It may be worth remembering that the use of justified text goes back a long way. Justified text is used in probably the most highly regarded and most valuable documents that ...


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Acme First and foremost, the company name references the Roadrunner cartoons. But that cartoon didn't pick this name out of the blue; according to Wikipedia, the name has a history older than that: The name Acme became popular for businesses by the 1920s, when alphabetized business telephone directories such as the Yellow Pages began to be widespread. ...


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Having worked on a variety of web and app mapping UI, I would recommend using decimal degrees for the input. It's increasingly rare for sources to provide alternative formats. You may consider, however, if space and circumstances permit, offering an option of changing to another format. (Perhaps the user could even be allowed to set this as a default). I ...


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Reading your question, it seems like a case where you just want to provide the user the ability to update or change the image. My suggestion would be to just do use the terminology which depicts what you want the user to do ie. "Update Image" or "Change Image" For example Twitter uses the word "Change" while facebook uses the word "Update" while updating ...


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On the web, columns are wider, and so you are more likely to get "rivers of white" in justified text, which stand out from the text and make it hard to read, especially for people with dyslexia (for whom the "don't justify text on the web" guideline was introduced). http://uxmovement.com/content/6-surprising-bad-practices-that-hurt-dyslexic-users/ ...


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In the browser In old browsers, justified text looked horrible. Those browsers could't do a good work when justifying text. Obviously it has to be done each and every time the page was rendered, in different browsers and OSes that use slightly different algorithm. The result was potentially horrid. I've seen lines with two words, one at each end ob the line, ...


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You can have tool tip on a word I think this will be the only idea to display the short description of one word. But ya you can direct the user by highlighting the word. Fro example you can give blink effect on the word which have short description. I have just highlighted the word here with Red color you can give effect on the word like constant changing ...


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You can try something like this. It would be subtle and not to flash; even on mobile devices. Image 1 and when user taps on the underlined word, it would display a small prompt. Image 2



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