It was a Friday night of December 2013 when I was searching online for a case which I could personalize to compliment my newly purchased iPhone 5. After browsing the most popular case websites, I found that the tools which they used for their customization option were extremely tedious and far too complex. I was also shocked to find that the customised case would cost $60 excluding shipping. Being your average teenager, I didn’t have $60 to spend on an iPhone case, especially considering I was earning $9 an hour at my local McDonald’s.
After the disappointment, I decided to spend my entire Christmas holidays designing CaseComposers. Ultimately, my goal was to offer people (and businesses!) of all demographics around the world the chance to enjoy their own, personalised case at an affordable price.
CaseComposers.com is very small at this point, but I have a vision that it has the potential to become a trusted and well-known brand. Unquestionably, many people will doubt that a business that sells device cases will have an impact that disrupts the norm, but I believe, through particular charity campaigns that will support worthy causes, we can do just this. Regular cases are boring, so why not compose your own?