Why Label Design?

Label Design has come a long way in the last decade. In the past, a company needed to create many templates involving countless data elements, making the process of updating labels inefficient and cumbersome. Now with features such as drag and drop and browser-based interfaces, label design is at a whole new level.


Label Design Isn’t Easy

Label Design isn’t always an easy process.

Lots of companies, will end up creating hundreds and sometimes thousands of label templates for each customer or product that will then need to be managed individually. When a customer requests a label change or there is new product information, making changes to those labels can become an overwhelming process.

Take a Step Back from the Label Design Process

When designing labels, it’s important to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Where are the common elements on each label? How can you minimize label templates and label maintenance to create labels that work for each customer? What are the variable elements for each customer?

By building out your labels and label templates in a way that accounts for the common data elements and variable elements, it will make your label design process much easier.

It’s important to consider not only how you design the label template, but how easily it will be to manage those templates later on when there is a new product, new customer or new location.


Label Design to the Next Level

Label design is an important component of any Enterprise Labeling Solution. Enabling business users to design and create label templates from scratch using a drag and drop, browser-based interface is only the beginning of your labeling process.

Learn more about Loftware’s Enterprise labeling Solutions and how best to manage the label design process visit our solution pages_____ or download the blueprint.

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