The software behind smartphones has a long and storied history, but its developers are just now finding the right balance between making something usable and easy to use.
The latest example of this comes from the Israeli company M.O.E. (the acronym stands for Menofeu Engineering Office), which is building an app that makes it easy for people to create beautiful, customizable smartphone cases.
The company is also using an app called Lace to make it easier to create custom case covers, which are a popular way to showcase the different phone components.
In an interview with Quartz, M.E.’s CTO, Amir Cohen, explained how Lace fits in with M.U.L.E., which is the company’s mobile design tool.
“It’s the best solution for mobile cases,” Cohen said.
“When you have a lot of different kinds of screens and you want to use different kinds and different colors and different patterns, you don’t want to be stuck with a single one of them.
You want to do it all.
Lace makes it really easy.”
Lace is currently in development for iOS and Android, and the company says it plans to launch a full version for both platforms in the coming months.
In addition to being a beautiful, easy to install app, Lace also includes a few unique features that make it stand out from the crowd.
“Lace comes with the following features: A 3D view of your case’s top surface to help you design your own designs.
A set of predefined colors and patterns that will be used to customize your case.”
Laces default colors are green, yellow, blue, and black, and you can also specify custom colors.
“You can also add the possibility to have a ‘Lace’ version of your design that’s just the colors of the colors that you want,” Cohen told Quartz.
“For example, if you want a ‘Green’ version, you can change it to something like ‘Green,’ ‘Yellow,’ ‘Blue,’ or ‘Black.'”
These are all things you can customize for your own design, and they can also be applied to other apps.
Laces customization options are pretty straightforward, with a list of predicates that you can use to specify your own colors and pattern, along with the option to apply them to all the different phones that the app will work with.
E’s app also has a nice collection of templates to choose from, and there’s even a nice gallery to display your designs in.
It’s also possible to create your own custom design, which is very handy, especially for designers that don’t have the time to build custom cases for every phone they sell.
“We also built a few additional templates that can be used with the L.L.’s template, and those templates can be customized,” Cohen explained.
“I’ve designed a couple of cases for the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 7, and I’ve designed one for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Note 8.
All of those cases have a unique color theme, and each one is designed with a different color and pattern that’s specific to the phone that the case was designed for.”
L.U.’s app, on the other hand, has a more complicated look.
It offers a set of 3D mock-ups that show you the different parts of a case.
“Once you have your 3D model, you also get a reference model, which tells you how it looks,” Cohen added.
“The reference model is also a very flexible reference for you to tweak and customize.
The reference model also tells you the thickness of the plastic that you’re going to use for the casing.
It tells you where the edges will be, and it tells you about the shape of the case, so you can tweak the shape for a particular case.”
The company also includes some options for the front and back of the device, as well as the front grill.
“By default, the front panel of L. U.’s case has the logo of L’Oréal,” Cohen noted.
“If you select the ‘L’ option, you get a preview of the logo on the front of the phone.
You can select the logo for the back of your phone, or you can choose a different logo for both the front AND back.
The back of L.’s phone also has an ‘S’ logo that looks similar to the front, and then you can select ‘S+’ to have the logo appear at the bottom of the front edge.”
Cohen also explains that L.M.E.-L.A.’s Lace app is a lot more versatile than its L. L.’.
E.—there are a lot fewer predicates and templates.
“A lot of Laces predicates are very general,” Cohen says.
“They can be very general, like, ‘Create a design with two textured borders,’ or they can be more specific like, `Create