Here is how to do autolayout to produce this
First let’s style the image. Start with no constraints.
First one we want to add is a constraint to the top.
Then tie it to the left
Then give it equal width and height
UIImage should not be constrained. What we’ve done here is effectively pinned it to the upper left hand corner.
Here we want to constain the top of the title label so it’s flush with the UIImage. Cntrl drag from title to UIImage and select Top.
Now constrain or bind the spacing from the left of the label to the image by using the constraint tools near the bottom of the editor.
Now press Cmd – Alt- = to get the images to fresh themselves in the layout. That will remove orange lines.
Expand the title label and give it now a constraint to the right.
Repeat with artist, starting with left and right constraints.
And voila! You are autolayed out!
Thanks to my friend @kevski for showing me how to do this.
Note: One assumption I didn’t cover is that the CollectionViewItem height (70) must equal the image size and surrounding constraints. So if you size your image (50) and add a top and bottom (10) they much equal 70. You may not be able set the CollectionView height in the editor (may be grayed out) so you need to click and drag this height yourself.