We have recently been asked to print QR codes on promotional products. We have had great success with these ingenious little checker boards. That’s what we like to call them anyway.
Here are some useful posts about printing QR codes.
- 6 Simple Rules for Printing QR Codes
- Vector QR Code Generator
- What are QR Codes?
- Who Invented QR Codes?
Did you know that these little gems can store more complex information and not just a simple website address? Check out some of these advanced QR codes below.
This is an example of a Phone Number on a QR Code reader
This is an example of normal text on a QR Code reader
This is an example of a hyperlink on a QR Code reader
Ok well the hyperlink just opens up the web browser on the phone to the website address.
This is an example of an Email address on a QR code reader
Shame this only comes up in notes, I suppose you can copy and paste it but would be better if it was on a contact form.
This is an example of a meCard on a QR code reader
Starting to get a bit more complex now. These QR codes are not recommended for small print areas.
This is an example of a vCard on a QR code reader
The vCards contain loads more information and are even more complicated. These QR codes are not recommended for small print areas.
This is an example of Wifi Details on a QR code
These QR codes are fantastic for café’s and coffees shops. Just print it onto your personalised mugs, business cards or even stick it onto the wall with vinyl stickers.
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