I am working on a category section of my website which will include links/buttons to top categories and also a search area.
I am not sure whether the top heading and text should be centralised, or left aligned.
I am wondering if anyone can give me feedback on the following two similar layouts and any ways it could be improved?
These are the two concepts:
Left aligned heading:
Centre aligned text
To me, I like the left aligned one, but not sure if the other elements in that section should then all be left aligned?
Any feedback would be great, thanks!
Nice layout, I like it. Left aligned works better for me as well, just the header. I note the “trade & construction” button is missing its shadow.
I like the left aligned (as it stands, without changing the alignment of other text). However, that will not work at narrower screen sizes, so I would suggest changing to the centred version there.
BTW, I don’t like the green underline of “Business”; I find it distracting.
Thanks for the replies.
I think I will go with the left alignment, but I’m not sure if the “Explore…” sub heading looks right in the center?
@TechnoBear why would this not work on narrower screens? Would the right hand text not shift underneath the heading, and then maybe centralise all they content for mobile/tablet?
That’s what I meant. On narrower screens where there is no room for the text side by side, I think it would look better to have the heading centre aligned.
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