In Visual Media

As in typography, greeking involves inserting nonsense text or, commonly, Greek or Latin text in prototypes of visual media projects (such as in graphic and web design) to check the layout of the final version before the actual text is available, or to enhance layout assessment by eliminating the distraction of readable text. Text of this sort is known as "greeked text", "dummy text", or "jabberwocky text".[2] Lorem ipsum is a commonly used example, though this is derived from Latin, not Greek.

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Washington, DC 20002