Hold your horses, I’m aware that centered titles are generally frowned upon. However, when given a fixed size container, simply having everything left-aligned gives an empty impression – which itself is bad UX.
Is it more important to have good alignment than good looks? Alternative solutions are also much appreciated.
The empty impression is caused by the image not the text.
Take imdb.com as an example and look how they fill all the box with the image.
For me the way to go is left aligned text for readability and consistency and then playing with the sizes of containers and images depending on the proportions of each one. I would not recommend “tall and skinny” images.
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