Symmetry Series – Behind the Scenes


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OtterBox has been perfecting the engineering and design behind great case technology for over a decade.

Many see us as experts in protection — and they’re right. When it comes to protection, we won’t settle for anything less than excellence because we know better than anyone how precious your technology is.

Symmetry Series case – The style you want. The protection you need.

With the new OtterBox Symmetry Series, it’s not just about the protection. It’s also about you — your style, your personality, your life. And it’s time that OtterBox protection and chic, slimline style collide. Symmetry Series is the answer to this call.

When we kicked off the Symmetry Series project more than a year ago, a lot of questions were asked and concepts were in development. But throughout the entire process, we remained certain of one thing: We really want to take our time with this case to make sure that we get it right.

With Symmetry Series, the name says it all. It really has turned out to be a 50/50 split between style and protection. Once we started asking the right questions, we were able to think and design in a way that consumers not only wanted, but also loved.

You can get the Symmetry Series case now for iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 5c, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8.

What’s you favorite thing about the new OtterBox Symmetry Series?



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Emily McCormick

Emily McCormick

I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska — smack dab in the middle of the U.S.A. I moved to Fort Collins for school. It’s safe to say, six years later, I’ve decided to stay put for a while. When I’m not “working with the OtterBox creative team to produce compelling and creative content for various audiences and communication vehicles,” you can find me taking advantage of the Colorado landscape, eating all sorts of delicious cheeses, cruising around town on my bike, sharing conversation with friends and just letting my hair down — that is, as long as it’s all still there. I think culprit for my recent hair loss is my task-list … but that’s just a hunch.

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