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22-04-2010, 12:15 AM
E-greetings is a website where a user chooses from an on-line catalog of e-cards made available on the web site. After selecting a card, the sender can personalize it to various degrees by adding a message, photo, or video. Finally the sender specifies the recipient's e-mail address and the web site delivers an e-mail message on behalf of the sender to the recipient.
An e-card is similar to a postcard or greeting card; with the primary difference being it is created using digital media instead of paper or other traditional materials.
E-cards are digital "content", which makes them much more versatile than traditional greeting cards. For example unlike traditional greetings, e-cards can be easily sent to many people at once or extensively personalized by the sender. Conceivably they could be saved to any computer or electronic device or even viewed on a television set, however E-card digital content has not yet progressed as far as digital video or digital audio in terms of varied usage.
E-cards can send on the following occasions
Anniversaries: happy birthday, wedding anniversary
Holidays: generic or specific holiday â€ merry Christmas, happy New Year, Hanukkah, etc.
Life events: congratulations on graduation, baby shower, wedding
Sympathy: get well, condolences for loss of loved one
Personal sentiments: thank you, I'm sorry, thinking of you, friendship, love
The existing system is sending standard greeting cards by postal method. A standard greeting card is printed on high-quality paper (such as card stock), and is rectangular and folded, with a picture or decorative motif on the front. Inside is a preprinted message appropriate to the occasion, along with a blank space for the sender to add a signature or handwritten message. A matching envelope is sold with the card. Some cards and envelopes feature fancy materials, such as gold leaf, ribbons or glitter.
Normally the standard greeting cards are expensive and need to buy individual copies to each recipient.
The proposed system is a greeting website which contain E-cards that suitable for almost all occasions. The user can select from the variety of cards and can send them to the recipient by email.
The e-mail received by the recipient contains not the e-card itself, but an individually coded link back to the publisher's web site that displays sender's card exactly as it was originally configured.
Type of E-cards
"Postcards" use static (non-moving) images. These were the first type of e-card in use. The recipient sees a single artistic image, accompanied by a personalized greeting message.
This type of e-card is based on two-dimensional vector animation controlled with a scripting language. The format is proprietary to Adobe, however, widespread usage of Adobe's software allows this type of card to be easily viewed on most of today's computers. The recipient sees an animated short usually 15-30 seconds in duration. The animation often appears to have a cartoon style due to the nature of the content, however, some Flash creations can be quite sophisticated and realistic. A sound track usually accompanies the animation which may contain speech or music.
Flash animated greeting cards can include interactivity, for example, asking the viewer to choose a picture to animate, however, most Flash e-cards are designed to convey the sentiment of the sender through simple observation.
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