Layout: Text Alignment
Text Alignment controls how text is positioned in a block or a column.
This control has five options—which options are available will depend on context. For example, Gutter alignment needs at least two columns.
Text Alignment: Center
Centered text is a classic end title design pattern. It's used in multi-column blocks like Special Thanks, acknowledgments, legal, and copyright sections.
Text Alignment: Left or Right
But not everything wants to be centered. You can find typographic excellence in left-aligned grids:
Text Alignment: Gutter
In a Gutter alignment, the left-hand column is right-aligned, and the right-hand column is left-aligned. The negative space in the middle is called the gutter.
Classic "Cast" and "Crew" blocks use Gutter alignment:
Text Alignment: Justified
Justified is the opposite of Gutter: left-hand columns are left-aligned, and right-hand columns are right-aligned. You can use this option with most 2- and 3-column blocks.
Justified alignment can be a nice alternative to centering:
It's also a nice option for arranging song credits: