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How many times have you gone to the store and were not sure if that product was the one you were looking for? How many times have you bought your kid a toy that he wanted so badly, and that didn’t turn out to be what he was expecting?
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QR codes basics
QR codes are a type of two-dimensional barcode that were created in 1994 by the Japanese company Denso Wave to allow high-speed component scanning in the automotive industry. Humble beginnings…
25-plus years later, QR codes have outgrown their initial use thanks to their “Quick Response” to access digital content in the physical world, becoming a powerful mobile marketing tool.
By scanning a QR code you can get instant access to a URL, a vCard, a YouTube video, a social media profile or even download a file, get a discount coupon or perform a PayPal payment.
QR code uses are infinite and that is what makes them so unique.
Again, QR codes were invented within the automotive industry. In the early Nineties, Toyota needed a solution to identify car components, and Denso Wave came up with this new type of barcodes, easy to print and readable under any condition (even dirty or partially destroyed).
The QRs use an encoding standard that enables them to store their content and make it available for imaging devices (like your phone’s camera) to capture them and process them adopting the Reed-Solomon error correction method (the same ones used for CDs and DVDs). They can be read even if 30% of their surface is damaged!
If you want your free QR code to stand out, you can also change the QR colors or add a logo or an image to your QR code. Finally, download it in PNG, SVG or PDF format and print it! Just remember that you can’t change the type or content of your QR code after downloading it. If you think you will need to modify something afterwards, or if you want to measure the performances of your QR codes with statistics about number of scans, where it’s been scanned and much more, you can try a reliable service for dynamic QR codes creation and management.
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QR codes creation and design
Yes, it’s possible, because there are 1280 possible QR codes for any piece of content, based on the combination of versions, error correction levels and masking methods. Good online QR code makers, like Free QR Code Generator, will automatically generate the best QR code – that means, the most readable by phone cameras – based on its content and the design you have created.
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QR codes printing and scanning
The minimum size of a QR code for it to be read correctly is 0,4″” or 1cm. Here is a formula that will help you choose the best size:
Scanning distance / 10 = Minimum QR code size (as long as this number is not lower than 0,4″” or 1cm)
For example, if your visitors will be 40″” or 100cm away, your QR code’s size should be 4″” or 10cm.
REMEMBER! Always, always, always test your QR code before printing it.