QRHacker offers creation of designer QR codes for businesses and individuals

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Designer QR codes are becoming more popular as a branding strategy for businesses. These codes are identical to conventional QR codes apart from the fact that they can be embedded with a small logo or graphical design. These designs do not impair the functionality of the codes, however, meaning that will still be useful to a company’s mobile initiatives. Designer codes can be a good way for businesses with a need to reach out to mobile consumers to brand themselves and make their codes stand out from those used by…

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Annual student sculpture event at Washington University has a new mobile twist

QR Code Art

QR code art   Washington University and University City’s 26th annual Student Sculpture Project began on April 1, with an event at Centennial Commons, after which point the various art pieces will remain available for public viewing until September. The pieces on display were selected from among those submitted by the Washington University Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts sculpture students. Their submissions included both proposals and models, as well as the budgets they would require. They were submitted to the University City Municipal Arts and Letters Commission.…

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Youth Unlimited gathers community support to build the world’s largest QR code

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Youth Unlimited North York, a non-profit organization based in Ontario, Canada, is embarking on a journey to build the world’s largest QR code. The current record holder is Air Fest, a day camp company also based in Canada. Air Fest’s QR code comes in at a massive 15,625 square feet, a standard that Youth Unlimited believes it can beat with the help of volunteers. The organization is reaching out to the youth community in Toronto, petitioning their aid in the construction of the gargantuan QR code. As of now, the…

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SBS launches new QR code voting system to engage young, tech-savvy voters

QR Codes Used in Political Campaigns

Election year is in full swing in the U.S. Presidential hopefuls are ramping up their campaigns and aggressively looking to win the favor of voters throughout the country. Mobile technology may play a large role in this year’s elections, especially as candidates make an effort to appeal to a younger generation. Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS), a provider of election services and voting systems, has announced the inclusion of QR codes to its services. This aspect of the company’s service is designed specifically to engage mobile consumers. Those making use…

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Shoot Systems announced QR code functionality for its photo marketing services

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Shoot Systems, a photo marketing agency based in the United Kingdom, has announced that its services will offer QR code functionality. The company has taken an interest in QR codes for their ability to connect with consumers. This interest was sparked by seeing the sheer number of people in the UK with smart phones and other mobile devices. Shoot Systems believes that nearly any marketing campaign can be enhanced to be more effective through the use of QR codes. Mobile marketing is nothing new, but the concept has been growing…

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