If like me you live in the UK, you have heard the words “Royal Wedding” hundreds of times the past week, the day has finally arrived and needs to be commemorated. Here is a royal wedding QR Code. I wish them happiness.
Following on perfectly from the previous post, a good ‘how to’ round-up of tips to help you make some designer QR Codes, from Mashable.com.
The people over at BeQRrious.com [good domain], have a gallery of some cool QR Codes demonstrating what is possible with the level of customisation. It still impresses me the amount of manipulation the codes can withstand whilst being readable, particularly the forced perspective and squares that are no longer square! [I don’t know if the code gallery mentioned, features all codes the company have created.]
Their online QR Code generator also creates graphical codes with a logo of your choice included within the design.
Set Japan, the designers of highly stylised QR Codes have created one for charliesheen.com. Should be a good test of error correction.
If you haven’t checked out the Set Japan site before, you should check out their Designer QR Code page, it is probably the best example of what is possible with the design of these codes. The Louis Vuitton design is a popular example.
They were also the creators of the the ‘Help Japan Now’ Quake QR Code featured in an earlier post.