7 months ago
ha brilliant. "Hold on, let me try to scan this billboard while going 75mph on the freeway"
You forgot "has the QR code been maliciously tampered with" (and the same can go for URL too).
Hahahaha. So awesome, man.
I'd like to see some real data on how effective QR codes are. Seems like your chart here is pretty much on point for what I have been thinking about them. Way to put it into a great visual.
*forwards to marketing*
Actually the url also have to be big enough to read... haha
SPOT FREAKING ON
@Ray Was waiting for rareness. I guess simply nobody does it.
I think "Has their smart phone ran out of battery?" should make it onto the list.
@Lyam Bewry Very true. Trust me, I had to narrow the list down.
I love this. One thing I never get is when clients want to make their URL small on a yard sign/promo banner/any other signage. It's always tucked in the lower corner, and it drives me nuts!
I always think it's silly when they are on subway posters. Underground. Where you don't get internet.
To be fair there are a few practical uses. I work in a large corporate office where everyone has company iPhones synced with their email in outlook. I can plant a QR on a poster for a meeting that the scan will create a meeting with time, date, location and sync it across everything that is connected to Outlook
Absolutely Love It!!!!
Have been wondering about this as well. Is there any data on this though? P.S. add 'hideous'.
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