Designers don’t want the black and white codes ‘messing up’ their design. Marketers want the statistics to see who scans it.
Archive for February, 2013:
A QR puzzle by the Brother Ludovic Learning Centre for students at Parramatta Marist High School about Digital Citizenship.
Moshi Moshi is sticking edible QR codes made with rice paper and squid ink to some of its sushi.
QR codes can be used for many different things to enhance a promotion. This infographic outlines a few of the greatest.
Campaign focused on which stores could sell the most fountain drinks and included a leaderboard that showcased daily results.
Seattle-based company FoundIt! releases the second generation of their stickers featuring QR codes to reunite owners with their possessions.
840,000 sleeves and 1,440 headline tweets, traffic to the Gulf News website grew 41% and there was a 2.8% increase in subscriptions.
Unique Lexus campaign to make traditional print media interactive. Hold your smartphone over the image of the people to bring them to life.
Celebrating 40 years with BIC. Scan the QR code to add a light to your location.
Scan the QR code to trigger the mouth to speak, bringing the comic book to life. Interactive style.