It doesn’t take a genius to recognize that a DODO is a fashionable alternative to mundane cases for your tablet or smart phones. DODOcase takes the idea of protecting y...
It doesn’t take a genius to recognize that a DODO is a fashionable alternative to mundane cases for your tablet or smart phones. DODOcase takes the idea of protecting your iPad or Galaxy Tab and raises the bar with a series of cases that are anything but bland. DODOcase pieced together an inventory that feels incredibly fashionable and actually looks like time, money and effort was put into each and every product.
For starters, the cases are “book bound,” meaning they have a strong, sturdy binding that immediately screams of protection. The design aspect of DODOcase can be described in one word: stylish. Some design look like a vintage, old-school book cover while others from the aptly titled “Art Collection” seem suitable for framing.
Perhaps even more incredible than the design is the durability of DODOcase, which are fashioned from the ground up – from scratch and produced on an assembly line of mediocrity.
DODOcase puts the power of design in the hands of its customers, should they not be able to find a specific case that is unique to them. DODOcase allows customers to design their own case, one that speaks to them and truly displays a remarkable individuality. This step-by-step approach starts with the selection of a particular device and then a series of templates with various color schemes populates much to the delight of the consumer.
Aside from the DODOcase itself, the company also sells well-made sleeves – for phones, laptops and tablets - and even a spot for accessories such as tote bags.
DODOcase rises above a sea of cell phone case makers and those companies that specialize in keeping your tablets and laptops safe from damage. They’re able to differentiation themselves from its competitors thanks to distinct design and a flare for customer satisfaction almost as astonishing as the products themselves.
DODOcase isn’t pointing fingers at one particular demographic but they’re not shy about telling consumers that sometimes it takes a “DODO” to truly smarten up.