|Out of the way, the Owl-o-Phone's ringing|
"So," asked the very nice people at Mr. Nutcase – sellers of very fine custom phone cases, "would you care to review our product?"
Never one to pass up the opportunity of sampling stuff in exchange for a few kind words on these pages, I accepted.
Actually, that's a lie: I have turned down the opportunity to sample free stuff when the product was clearly dreadful on several occasions. This means that Mr. Nutcase are already winning because they sent me a new case for my phone what I designed myself and it is aces and has an owl on it.
Now, I'm not one to write a straightforward review that might contain words "positive customer experience", "Fully-immersive interface" and other phrases from the Big Book of Buzzword Bingo Calls. Mainly because that's the kind of low-hanging fruit we don't pick round here.
However, in these time-starved days where the average user navigates away from a website if they don't get what they want within the first six seconds, I'd be the first to praise Mr. Nutcase's positive customer experience and fully immersive interface. Ah.
As I get older and wake up each morning to find a puddle of my IQ on the floor that has leaked out of my ear overnight, the design interface is the kind of drag-and-drop simplicity that even an idiot can use. I know, because I am that idiot, and even I could use it.
So. Phone and tablet cases for most makes, either with designs from their own collection or one you upload yourself. With pictures of owls, or without pictures of owls. Your choice. I went with owls. Ten percent discount if you click the link at the top and quote "thanku10" at the checkout.
That is all. Now leave me to gloat over my Owl-o-Phone.