Re: Brochure Text
Hi,You should do whatever is necessary to ensure the message you want to present to your customer is accurate, understandable and memorable. If that means justifying the text, or making it ragged right, who cares. Which one looks better? Do a mock up with both justifications and compare, or, if it's really bothering you, go ask the graphic artist why the justification was changed.
I just received the first draft of my brochure. The graphic artist justified
all the text. I thought I had read that text should be left-aligned because
people can read left-aligned text easier.
Should I change the justification? What is best for a brochure? Does the
answer really come down to what I like?
Al Geist, Geist Associates
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