Import info from LinkedIn, Twitter or Gravatar to Personal QR Codes

Author: | Posted: November 23rd, 2011 | Category: How To | 4 Comments »
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Import personal info from LinkedIn, Twitter and Gravatar ready QR codeWe are constantly working to improve your user experience and make easier the process of creating QR codes. Our latest improvement lets you import personal info from LinkedIn, Twitter or Gravatar, which simplifies the whole process to just link accounts or input your username. Along with the personal info now you can have your avatar pic displayed when people scan your code ( see the example on the left ).

Here is how it looks like our dashboard where you create QR code.

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Mazda launches QR codes for car rentals

Author: | Posted: November 9th, 2011 | Category: Case Studies | No Comments »
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Mazda car rental QR code

Mazda USA and the St. Louis-based rental car company understand the potential to reach up to a million car renters a day with QR codes. The codes will first appear in Mazda 6 vehicles available at Enterprise Rent-A-Car locations. The simple graphic asks “Like What You See? Scan the code and learn more.” and it is are placed on key tags as well as the driver side window of all vehicles, making vehicle information accessible to more than just the rental vehicle occupants. Scanning the code with a smartphone will launch a mobile-optimized site where car rental customers can learn more about the vehicle they are renting, including finding a local dealer.

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Sanibel Recreation Center use QR Codes to link schedule and info

Author: | Posted: September 19th, 2011 | Category: Case Studies, Video | No Comments »
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Sanibel Recreation Center QR Codes
The Sanibel Recreation Center, located at SANIBEL ISLAND, FL, is making first appearance in the region with unique sticker on their front door displaying a QR code. When scanned by a smartphone, the QR code will link you to the rec center’s schedule, hours, and weekly information. The sticker is the first of many on the island. Lighthouse Beach is next, where the city manager says they’ll link visitors to unique environmental information. Read the rest of this entry »