On Fri, 2012-03-16 at 13:23 -0700, Craig Olofson wrote:
First off, I really like the QR's design. From color to insertion of
graphic: distinctive and still functional. Tip of the hat. But...
This particular QR points to the download page of LO. Maybe I'm alone in
1. I've always, only scanned a QR w/my mobile device
2. The only software downloads via QR were specific to the mobile device
Expectation is pretty important wrt QR's. Based on that, for QR's I
generate, I've taken to:
- Adding one-line captions alerting where the QR leads
- The QR's always lead to mobile-appropriate urls (which must add value
- not teasers)
I can see fringe cases where scanning the download linky to my mobile might
be advantageous. Otherwise, I'm missing something.
All that aside, Simon, thanks again for showing an aesthetically
distinctive & appealing QR code. No small trick! ;-)
On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 1:08 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions <
What can we do with it, really?
I do not think my smart phone can deal with these things. I use a LG-500
prepaid with limited online abilities.
I never really know what such a icon is used for. Some "demos" tell you
to take a picture of the icon and it will go to a screen showing you where
the item is in the store. Another "demo commercial" had you take a picture
of the icon and you bought the item and you just had to type in your card
number and billing/shipping address.
SO what would LO user do with the icon?
Or is it just a cute graphic?
On 03/16/2012 03:32 PM, Simon Phipps wrote:
On 15 Mar 2012, at 13:24, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
I'd love to see an (artistic) QR-Code that features the paperclip logo
as part of the code...
(or failing having an artistic version, a plain one...)
I made this:
Excellent - I like the icon in the center.
Jogged the memory also - did something with QR-Code (hmm, not sure who
actually generated the code bit..) as part of a flyer layout last year:
Thinking might be worth it to take the design you did for the code and
re-craft a new general use, fund raising oriented perhaps, 2012 flyer,
or even a campaign (flyer (for print), video, presentation page for
members to use as lead/trailer when giving talks (though I have no real
knowledge that works...I suppose it does) all with a common look.
What do you think?
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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] is there a file for this poster? · Simon Phipps
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