Since the launch of our iPhone and iPad case designs (now lovingly called Damage Control by CO) we have been getting quite a few questions so I thought I’d take this time to answer them!
Q: Where can I get your cases?
A: Our cases are currently available in our Etsy store. We also recently put up our look book up on our Facebook Page!
Q: How much are your cases?
A: Our iPhone cases come in 3 types for Summer 2012: Compact, Durable, and Credit. Our Compact and Durable Cases are $36.00, and our Credit Case costs $40.00. For our Summer 2012 line, our iPads come in 2 types: Hard Cover and Folio. They both cost $50.00. If you want to create a custom case, maybe with your logo, a photo, or a custom design that we create for you it’s an additional $10.
Q: Do you offer cases for other devices? A: Yes, we do! You can contact us with your device type and we can let you know if we can create a case for it.
Q: How long does it take for my case to arrive?
A: Today, our cases have a 8 business day turn around time. You will get an “Order Processed” email when the order time begins. We order cases twice a week.
This Composition Case for the iPad is very popular in our shop! And I don’t blame you, this one’s definitely on the top of my charts too!
As fate would have it, the Hard Cover Case for the iPad 1 as well as the Folio Case for the iPad 2 and The New iPad came in at the same time. Each case type has its pro’s and con’s. In my opinion, it just depends on what you use your iPad for most. That’ll dictate what case type fits you should choose.
The Hard Cover case is great when it comes to flexibility of design. You can design the outer AND the inner cover. I love how we designed the inside of the case to look like notebook paper. 🙂 For the iPad 2 and the New iPad, the hard cover case has an opening for the back camera. You can also tilt your iPad in landscape mode on all versions of this cover. In our fall edition, this case will get tons of upgrades so stay tuned for those!
The Folio Case on the other hand has its own set of benefits. The folio case is printed on canvas and has a leather spine, which fits great with this design. Though you can’t design the inside of this case, it has a beautiful faux suede lining. Only thing is, if you take pictures with your iPad I wouldn’t suggest this case. BUT! We’ll have some upgrades to this case for our fall designs too. We’ve just got a whole bunch of exciting things coming to you, don’t we?! 😉
I actually use this case for my iPad right now. I love the protection, multi-level tilting, the sleek design, and since I don’t use the camera on my iPad it works for me 🙂
It was the first case I designed. I was kinda scared and didn’t really know where to start, but I told myself to just try. What’s the worst that can happen? So I asked myself, “What would you want to buy?”
I love color, and if you’ve read my previous posts about designing you’ll know that it speaks more to me than anything. So I came up with this.
Most of all, I wanted form and functionality to live together in perfect harmony. I wanted to create something simple for the inner cover that mirrored the front but wasn’t too loud. I thought this ombre gray stripe design fit perfectly and would fit with the white and black iPads.
My favorite part of the case? Simple words I live by..typographically set on the bottom right. 🙂