Create Your Own Case at Case-Mate

Create Your Own Case at Case-Mate

Joelle Alcaidinho
Feb 18, 2010

Case-Mate, no stranger to neat and highly functional cases, like our big favorite, the ID case, recently launched I Make My Case. At I Make My Case you are able to customize the design on an iPhone case. We were provided with the opportunity to try I Make My Case, and here our snazzy result.

I Make My Case works by having you choose a graphic artist that you'd like to remix, then you use your mouse to pick from the various design options, clicking and dragging your selection to a blank canvas. Some of the graphic artists include: Joshua Davis, Deanne Cheuk, Thomas Hooper, Matt Moore, Hannah Stouffer, Ray Frenden, Anthony Yankovic, Nigel Dennis, Shadow Chen, and Chuck Anderson. Your unique design is then printed on-demand and then shipped directly to you. At I Make My Case you also have the option of purchasing a pre-designed case from any of these graphic artists.

For our case we chose Deanne Cheuk, we love her aesthetic and decided that her design options were the best place to start. We had fun adding elements, resizing, and working to obtain just the right end result. Case-Mate's site is a breeze to use and reminded us in some ways of software like Kid Pix which makes it easy for kids to create their digital works of art. About a week later, our case arrived and as you can see from the screenshots and images of the finished product, they look quite similar. We are happy with I Make My Case and would recommend it as a great way to get a customized iPhone case.

Cases from I Make My Case cost $39.99. For more information, check out Case-Mate: I Make My Case.

[images Joelle Alcaidinho]

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