As an ex-software developer, designing covers for software wasn't always easy. The printer will send through the spec of how you need to design your artwork and you'd need to master Quark or InDesign to layout the document. If you then needed to switch between different commercial printers, you'd have to make tweaks to the master document. For most developers, this isn't their specialist area, so they'd have to pay for an artist or layout designer to produce their artwork.
TBS Cover Editor 1.1 is a relatively new tool that enables software developers to produce a box image as a printable document in a format accepted by most commercial printers. It ships with pre-defined areas, so you just need to drop in your artwork, text and other elements.
TBS Cover Editor 1.1 link.
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