Occasionally we get requests from people who want to guest post here and I think that’s great! I turn down many requests because the product doesn’t really relate to beer, but I thought this was different and relative! Thanks Allison for sharing!
Labeley – A Free Beer Making App!
Here’s some piece of news that might interest anyone in love with beer, brewers and amateur drinkers alike.
Less than a year after its initial launch, Labeley – a beer label creator – is ready for playing with in its new and much improved version.
Though most of you are probably aware of many beer label creating tools on the web, this one’s a lot different for its range of options that allow users to create completely unique labels.
The best about Labeley is that:
- It is FREE.
- It is extremely easy to use.
- It performs on all platforms and in all browsers.
- It has numerous options that help you walk away with one of a kind label.
Anyone who has a computer and knows how to get online can create labels using Labeley. The process is as easy as it gets. You follow arrows or click on tabs, choosing shape, color, banner, illustration, uploading photos and creating text until the label is just as you want it and you are ready to download and print it.
Judging from our users’ feedback, the most challanging thing is to upload a photo correctly (there’s a size requirement that users often oversee) and to get used to playing around with text options.
What all of them love is the pallete of really cool illustrations, and an option to upload any image you want. This way you can make a unique label for a special someone, a label with your pet’s photo on it, a label featuring your friend’s inside joke as text, etc.
The application is fun to use, and even if you don’t like beer, you can use it to create labels for any other purpose. It’s worth giving it a try, or “going for a smooth ride“ as the initial button on the Labeley homepage suggests.
Allison Moody works with a few designers on creating fun and easy to use online applications. They recently finished their project on a beer creator tool Labeley. She’s also freelance writing and working on her own blog (soon to be presentable).