After selecting a card, the sender can personalize it to various degrees by adding a message, photo, or video.
E-cards can now be sent to mobile devices and phones.
Mobile E-cards or 'MCards' as they are more commonly known are then offered by different mobile content providers and carriers.
Conceivably they could be saved to any computer or electronic device or even viewed on a television set, and digital video E-cards have begun emerging.
Typically an E-card sender chooses from an on-line catalog of E-cards made available on a publisher's web site.
Our e-cards feature original artwork by artists around the world (over 70 different artists in fact) which gives our collection a wide range of artistic style.
We look for artwork that expresses emotion (funny, romantic, cute, sentimental, etc.) so for those having trouble finding the right words to express your feelings, you will find e-cards that include your sentiments within the image itself.
Similar to E-cards, MCards can contain multiple pictures, music and text messages.
Also MCards are considered the cards sent via one or another mobile application.
Since its conception in 1994 by Judith Donath, the technology behind the E-Card has changed significantly.