There's also too many apps like Serif (there are free versions.)
There is ALWAYS DISTORTION. I wonder if we need to go into discussions about onscreen WYSIWYG is not exact or that most folk never do color calibration?
I have a project that I would like to take in-house and need suggestions for a software program that is not overly complex and expensive.
I am looking to design labels for an product that will go onto an ice cream pint size container (think a modified cylinder - smaller at the bottom and larger at the top). I need to be able to create designs that the print does not get distorted. The software will need to be able to work with photos, text and graphics. I need a software that will output a format that I can print or be able to send to a printer.
Thanks for any suggestions!