Take postal services and delivery services as an example. They’re still around, still shipping boxes and letters, and we still need stamps and labels.
For Mac users who need quick and dirty address labels allow me to introduce you to the Address Label Designer. All it does is make custom labels for less to print on various template labels.
A number of Mac apps do the same thing, but most are complicated, come with a stiff learning curve, and a price tag to match the complexity. Not Address Label Designer. It’s affordable, limited, and just works.
Address Label Designer starts off with a simple grid where you can design the label you want, including an option to drop in business logos, print a single label, or print a whole page of labels.
Drop in text, shapes, images to create a customized address label. Choose from hundreds of fonts and styles, and drop in design components on layers, where each component can be moved around freely.
I think of it as a mini-Photoshop that only does address labels. While it works fine for printing labels 30 to a sheet, it can also print a single label.
So far, yes. Address Label Designer works only with a handful of Avery printer labels (usually enough for most labels). And, as a label designer most labels will be used as return address labels, otherwise creating labels is a manual process.