The Dallas Stars’ new design bureau is hiring a butterfly designer to work on the team’s new iPhone cases.
Stars head designer and chief of design Jim McLean said Thursday the team was looking for a “diverse team” with “experience designing consumer products and accessories.”
The team will create a “digital design” for a variety of cases and accessories that will be released through the iPhone app store.
McLean did not specify which cases they would be working on.
He said the case team is currently working on the new design for the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and iPhone 6 Plus Plus.
“The designs will be unique to each case and the case will be built by the same team that designed the case for the previous models,” McLean wrote.
“I expect we will have a wide range of design and materials available to work with in our first product.
I can’t wait to share this with you all.”
The first of the cases to be released is the Butterfly Series, which is a full-size, plastic case with a butterfly design on one side and a plastic base on the other.
A similar case is available for the Apple Watch.
Stars’ designs for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone X cases are available on the Stars’ website, but are not officially available for purchase yet.
The new design team will be working closely with McLean and his design team to create a range of new cases for the team, including an iPhone case with an all-new design and the latest Apple Watch design.
The team is also working on a new version of the iPhone’s leather straps.
The iPhone X case, which will be available to customers for $599, is a completely different design to the one that has been on sale since the Apple event in September.
Mclean did not mention the price for the case.
“We are looking at a range, and you will be able to see what that range looks like when we go through a lot of iterations and testing,” Mclean wrote.
The design team is looking to build products that “fit the iPhone experience as well as the latest design technology,” McGlennan wrote.
That includes a new iPhone case that has a more “user-friendly design,” a case that is more durable and waterproof and a case with “a curved design” that has “a different look and feel.”
The case has been available for just over a month and has only been available through the Apple store.
“With the design and build process we have now, the iPhone X is now in the hands of thousands of customers worldwide and is now the most popular phone in the world,” McGovern said.
“This design team has created some truly unique and compelling cases, but we also know the next phase is to continue to innovate in this space with new design and innovative cases for other Apple devices.”
The new iPhone design team also said the team is focusing on “creating the perfect case for every user.”
The iPhone 6 case was created by McLean’s team and features a curved design that has an “interesting feel.”
“The next step in the evolution of the design team’s work will be to develop products that are perfect for every customer and offer the best possible product experience,” McLaurent wrote.
The team is developing a new case that will feature “an innovative new design that offers more comfort and security.”
McLean’s new design is expected to launch in the fall and will be a part of the team that will help build new cases with the iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport.
Earlier this month, the team announced that they were working on creating a case for a new Apple Watch, which could be released this fall.
Stars’ new case, announced earlier this month.
McGlennans new case design is not the only new iPhone device being developed by the design department.
The Stars also announced last week that the team has worked on a case called the Applewatch Series 4.
It is a leather strap case with three different designs that will also be available later this year.
At the unveiling of the AppleWatch Series 4, McGlenna said the new case was the culmination of years of hard work and design.
“With the introduction of the new AppleWatch, we have created the most comfortable, durable and innovative AppleWatch case yet,” Mcglenna wrote.