First of all, we want to update our readers about how you can now create a stamp with a QR Code. You know the conventional type of stamp that stamps out your company name, address, telephone number, website URL and maybe even your name and title? Yup, that kind, and we think it’s a fanta-bulous idea to create a stamp that contains a QR Code.
The QR Code, accordingly, does not even have to be created exclusively on a separate stamp. How about placing the QR Code beside the conventional information? So, on the left side of the stamp, there’s the conventional information for non-techie people, and on the right, you have a nice little QR Code there.
The only problem we see about having a QR Code stamp is clarity and user-friendliness. As you all know, the conventional type of stamps are quite tricky to use especially when the surface is uneven. Some parts of the words or QR Code might be left out or not legible. This can’t work very well if you are trying to stamp out a QR Code.
Most QR Code readers are rather sensitive, hence, require precision. So, folks, if you take us up on the idea of creating a QR Code stamp, remember to make use of a high quality stamps.
On another note, we noticed that another company have started to actively use QR Codes on their product packaging. The said company is the Farin Piu brand of flour. On a side-note, the flour is quite unique using legume and cereal flour as base and is suitable for all types of cooking. Interesting, although we’re not cooks ourselves.
It has been reported that the flour is endorsed by a reputable chef. Initially, we thought that the QR Code would lead consumers to a general website or the branding website for the company. But nope, not so. The QR Code will lead consumers a mobile and micro website whereby culinary enthusiasts can find recipes to experiment with.
So, basically, you can load the website up when you’re out shopping for groceries and find the ingredients on the go. Sounds like something many people will like, doesn’t it? It is our hope that such wonderful innovation will hit American shelves soon too. If you have spotted some QR Codes, please feel free to alert us. We’re QRazy about QR Codes, as you can very well see.
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