Quick Responses from QReate & Track
We promise to keep this blog filled with interesting items on all things QR Code related.
Maybe you didn’t get the chance to attend this years New York Fashion week or maybe you have never attended a fashion show. But what if the fashion show came to you? That’s right a whole fashion show stuffed in your mailbox waiting just for you! Well yesterday I was able to watch my very [...]
Another day, another post about QR Codes & music (as fans of both we are not complaining!)
In order for QR Codes to be recognized and accepted by everybody, we certainly need more exposure through mainstream outlets. Last week, the best late-night talk show host out there lent a helping hand to the QR community.
While introducing [...]
Pretty much everyone uses a calendar of some sort. Whether it be on your phone, a desk calendar at work or a calendar at home that organizes all of your families activities. Earlier this week Jason Pinto received a pop-up desk calendar from the Philipson Group that was a little different from any other calendar. This calendar [...]
As a fan of music and marketing, I am happy to fully confess this: when I first saw this video, I jumped out of my seat.
Yes, the talented Lupe Fiasco is using QR Codes to create a bit of buzz in promoting his new album. If you have not seen the video yet, here it [...]
Yesterday afternoon I received a text message from a friend, she spotted a QR Code while reading a magazine (can you tell that I talk about QR Codes a lot? In work and out of work!). The QR Code was spotted in Living Magazine and the ad was for Target. When I scanned the QR Code it [...]
Back in November, we posted a video and some news about how QR Codes were going to be used at the ImageOut Film Festival.
Well, we are quite excited to see that the campaign turned out to be a success.
DMNews published a case study of this marketing effort in their February 2011 issue. We loved seeing [...]
Thank you to Grow Socially’s Graham Spector for spotting this QR Code in the wild.
These posters have spotted at various locations throughout cities in and around Boston. Graham spotted this one in Somerville’s Davis Square.
The QR Code resolves to a mobile-optimized site that allows people to enter a contest to win the Pavilion.
Big thank you to Jaclyn Smith from Grow Sociallyfor sharing this QR Code find. Jaclyn spotted a QR Code at the end of a movie trailer. The QR Code was placed on the same screen as the end credits. When I scanned the QR Code it directed me to the movies Facebook page. Below is [...]
Thank you to Adam Edelman of Refined Technology Solutions for sharing another application of QR Codes with us. Adam actually wrote an interesting post on his experience of trying to scan multiple QR Codes at one time.
The QR Codes in the poster below provide additional information to people interested in registering for one of the [...]
I need to thank Ryan Eldridge of FPMSI (Fulfillment, Print & Mail Solutions, Inc.) for sharing this QR Code story with me.
While playing the game Borderlands on Playstation 3, Ryan spotted QR Codes on a wall inside their game. He did a bit of research and shared this article as well.
I dug a bit further [...]