Cardsmith Cookie Policy

Posted: May 23, 2018

Cookies are small files that a site or its service provider transfers to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser that enables the sites or service providers systems to recognize your browser and capture and remember certain information.

Cardsmith services are comprised of a public marketing site ( and an application site ( that is available only to registered users.

By using you agree to the following use of Cookies from Cardsmith and our supporting service providers:

  1. Cookies from Google Analytics that help us track a user’s usage of the sight so that we can better understand what portions of our website are most useful to users like yourself. We also use the Facebook Pixel tool to determine the effectiveness of our marketing efforts.

Our Application Site, utilizes three kinds of cookies in order to deliver a good user experience:

  1. Cookies that help us to track user’s usage of the sight so that we can better understand how you utilize Cardsmith. We use this data internally for improvement, and do not sell it or share it any way other than that it comes to us through the service providers’ servers.We use these providers to provide user measurement and usage history:IntercomGoogle AnalyticsFacebook
  2. Cookies used in authenticating you to the site. We use Google Authentication as a third party authentication provider. We do not store user passwords on our servers, nor are we able to see them. We use Intercom to provide support services, and they also use cookies to connect individual users with their respective support histories and sessions.We use these providers to authenticate users for Cardsmith and associated support services:IntercomGoogle Authentication
  3. We use cookies to store some data locally to enhance the responsiveness of the application, and to help with some situations in which you might have a poor data connection to our servers, such as when you are connected via a mobile hotspot or on an airplane. This local storage is not used for marketing purposes or in any way other than to improve the experience of the local individual user.