Source: Experience Life, March 2013 issue, pages 34, 35, 41 and 46
White space which frames the elements in a page layout.
The path of a viewer's eye.
Lines of type which do not appear to follow a strict justified or right, left or centered alignment.
Lines of type which are aligned to a left margin and ragged on the right.
Lines of type which align to right margin and are ragged on the left.
Lines of type which are aligned along a central axis.
Lines of type which are spaced to align along both a left and a right margin, creating a block.