In this episode, I’m speaking with Corey Csuhta, co-creator of the Magic community’s fastest and sleekest card lookup website, Scryfall. Corey, along with Chris Davis, Chuck Harmston, Greg MacWilliam, and Joseph Price are the merry band of Magicians that created this phenomenal new service.
Full disclosure, I am not being paid to sing Scryfall’s praises. I just absolutely love how Scryfall works and if I were the Professor, I’d give them a solid A.
Scryfall has the best advanced lookup of any card search out there, utilizing simple and powerful search syntax.
It’s super speedy, loads quickly, incorporates high resolution card images, and has a growing list of new features.
I really wanted to bring this wonderful new tool to more people.
I hope you enjoyed my conversation with Corey Csuhta of Scryfall.
Check out the fastest card search at Scryfall.com
The Scryfall team is: Corey, Chris, Chuck, Greg, and Joseph. They’re all on twitter and you can find them at scryfall.com/contact
Go say hi on Twitter @Scryfall
Corey Csuhta @cjcsuhta
Chris Davis @defbyte, dev at the Atlantic
Chuck Harmston @chuckharmston Sr. Engineer at Mozilla
Greg MacWilliam @gmacwilliam, Vox Media and teaches at General Assembly
Joseph Price @josephprice product at Washington Post
Have an idea for a new feature? Found something broken?
Give Corey and the guys feedback! They so excited to be contributing their talents to the Magic community.
Scryfall is an amazing lookup tool, and if you would like support the site, please buy cards through their affiliate link by clicking on the card prices when you search for cards.
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I hope you enjoy my conversation with Corey Csuhta of Scryfall!
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