What is PCard?
PCard is a web app that lets you create a completely unique, personalized postcards & greeting cards in minutes. Anything you can dream of you can design, download and print your card. PCard is a simple and convenient way to connect with anyone at anytime.
Who Develops PCard?
Our team is based in Southwest Florida, and we are passionate about making everything in the USA. Meet some of the people behind this awesome project that we hope you will love using.
Brian Zajac received his B.F.A. from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and began working in the field of 3D in the mid 90s. At that time, a typical workstation cost as much as $100,000 and ran at a fraction of the speed of today’s computers. He left 3D and turned his sights towards a career in web design where he wouldn’t have to wait so long to see the fruits of his labor. In 2001, Brian started his own company EyeMagination with the goal to build web sites for small businesses based on the knowledge he gained from developing sites for the PGA, American Golf, and the New York Yacht Club.
After establishing his web-based business, Brian noticed that the 3D world of technology had become much faster, produced better results, and was finally cost-effective. He formed 3D Architectural Solutions (3DAS) in 2006 — a 3D architectural visualization facility specializing in the production of architectural renderings and animations. A portfolio of his work can be seen at www.3das.com.
Combining his web, marketing, and architectural 3D experience, Brian and his team are creating generative artificial intelligence (AI) website applications for both consumer and business markets.
Nick graduated from the University of Miami in 2023 with a Double Majored Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Psychology. During Nick’s studies, he developed a passion for building and learning new things, whether it was a mobile app, a website, or a game. Nick is always eager to explore new challenges and opportunities in the field of software engineering. Nick prioritizes applying his learnings to tackle important problems and improve the world.
Marko Petrovic is an FGCU alumni and Software Engineer with a passion for emergent technologies, Artificial Intelligence, and beyond. As a freelance developer and entrepreneur with a deep interest in exploring new technologies, I consider myself lucky to have crossed paths with the likeminded and amazing people here at Pcard. As a part of this team I’m focused on frontend development and user interface design, integrating them seamlessly with our backend services. With a firm grasp of our technology stack, I strive ensure that the application runs smoothly, translating the complex AI algorithms into an intuitive and user-friendly experience. My work reflects my interest in harnessing the potential of AI in creative ways, pushing the boundaries of what is possible.
James Irwin is a seasoned developer who can create and manage applications for both web and mobile platforms. He has a passion for iOS and macOS development, and has been working with these technologies for over six years. He is proficient in Swift, Objective-C, and Cocoa frameworks, and has built various apps and libraries for different domains and purposes.
As a budding newbie to the Software world, Rachel Conner got her start with App Academy and it was there that she found her love for software development. As she moved through the course, she fell deeper in awe with this new world and wanted to explore more. As she explored more, she found she wanted to break the projects rather than create them, and ensure the released project was nothing short of perfect. She found her love for Quality Assurance and automated testing and got to dive deeper in that world with Pcard. After breaking and entering Pcard (legally of course), she has worked around all the UI/UX bugs that may come up and has ensured they get tested and solved using Cypress. Working with this team is nothing short of amazing and she’s excited to see what is in store for Pcard and whatever else may come her way.
P.S. she does feel bad breaking the site and returning cards back to the devs.