About Flashcard Machine
Flashcard Machine was created by Madhu Lundquist while pursuing his BFA in Multimedia Design at the University of Oregon. After discovering that all of the images for his art history class were available on a class web page, he started creating web-based flashcards. As he began building this application he realized the value in creating a set just once that he could then share with his classmates. Flashcard Machine was born. This was back in 2000. Today, Flashcard Machine is a growing community of hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and professionals around the world with a shared goal in mind, to succeed at their studies.
FlashcardMachine.com is a free service to our users. However, the site is not free to operate so we graciously accept contributions. Just click the 'Contribute' link found on any page of the site to make a contribution. As an added bonus, ads are hidden for supporting users.
We also offer mobile solutions for users that need the flexibililty to create and study flashcards on the go. Android users can download our app from Google play. iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad® users can download our app from the App Store. There is a nominal fee for both apps.
We are always interested in hearing how the site can be improved to better help you study. Please don't hesitate to send any suggestions our way via our support form.