One problem marketers may have with QR codes is that the technology seems to have reached saturation, yet adoption is still low. In the recent past we’ve seen ideas such as the sound-based data transmission service Chirp, but now the Qriket app aims to inject an extra incentive for consumers to use printed codes by offering them a chance to make cash for every scan. READ MORE…
Animated Ice Cream QR Code
Another fine example like a previous video animation post showing there is still room for innovation with QR code design.
If you are feeling inspired see B&WS design tips to get started.
The Big Issue, a homeless charity magazine in the UK, will be launching a digital version of its magazine alongside the paper copy. The digital copy will be distributed via QR code cards issued by the street vendors which the charity assists, providing them with a steady income.
QR Codes have been used by homeless charities before in a similar manner to raise awareness, thanks in part by their free use and ease of deployment.
QRmovie puts codes right into the onscreen action.
Codes can be animated right into the moving footage. Big leap forward in the integration of QR codes into the marketing message. Click through to the source for more videos or go to nerdindustries.com to find out more.