Posts Tagged ‘rethinking qr’

Another Reason for branded “designer” QR codes, UX

July 20, 2010 1 comment

I had a great Skype conversation with Remo of White Wall Studios ( Who did the Graffitti QR code ) about how QR is used in Japan, and he brought up an interesting point about usage that differs from the US. He brought up looking and using QR codes later on.

I always assumed that the main UX (user experience) of QR codes was instant connectivity – which I still believe is the main benefit.  However, as more readers allow for scanning from your photo gallery, this would mean that users could have multiple QR codes in their Queue. Scan now, enjoy later.  Thus, designer barcodes would allow for people to differentiate and remember which code links to what content if they are in a collective place on your mobile.

Thinking of a QR interaction in this additional way could be a great additional selling point.


3d QR mark: optical illusion

June 1, 2010 4 comments

I love this mark. Please comment and share.


designer qr

Looks like I got the 4th alignment square in there after all


QR Stories code doodle

April 23, 2010 Leave a comment

Decided to see what it would look like if wrote out a snipet of my Mission statement into a QR – with the intention of that it could really make a great advertisement for some hipster brand.  Good thing I learned to stay in the lines when I was little.

My story transcribed into a QR- ultra personalization