I love personalised accessories and I have cases for both my phone and my iPad which have been designed by me and recently I had another case join my collection, this time from Print Your Stuff, an online store which offers cases for many of the well-known brands on the market.
I personally still use an old Apple iPhone 4 and surprisingly they still offer cases for them, so I jumped in with both feet and got to putting together my phone case.
The design process on Print Your Stuff is easy and follows just a four step process of choosing your phone, uploading the image you want or choosing one from the gallery, editing as you wish and then previewing and ordering.
My main issue with the edit process on Print Your Stuff is it is very limited, while you can add text and choose one of three filters you can only zoom or rotate the actual picture. Which means you need to guess the correct crop size and area before you upload to the website, where as previously I have found editors include this function making for much less guesswork.
That being said I actually really like the quality of the cases, the back and the white sides are made of hard plastic while the black edges are made of a slightly softer materal which has a slight give, making it easier to place your phone into the case. According to the website the cases are in fact made of a special TPU resin, which helps with shock absorption for anyone like me who has issues with dropping their phone.
Over all I really like the case, if they could just add a couple more features to the editing section on the website, I think it would be the best website to not only use, but for offer the best quality cases that I have come across so far. If you don't mind spending a while getting your case perfect or have an easy to fit design then I would definitely check out Print Your Stuff, where phone cases cost from £19.99.
What do you think of my phone case, could you see yourself trying Print Your Stuff?