This article was published on November 18, 2011

Send the geek you love a Code Card this Holiday season


Send the geek you love a Code Card this Holiday season
Drew Olanoff
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If you find it hard to interface with that special nerd or geek in your life on the Holidays, these Code Cards could be the answer for you.

The Code Cards come from UX expert Matt Raw, and these cards are coded and printed out with care in Brooklyn, NY.

My favorite has to be the “Egg Nog Arrays” card:

The best part is that these cards are made on really great card stock, and come complete with matching envelopes. The Code Cards cost $14, but are completely worth it for the novelty factor.

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