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Check out this Rockin Designer QR Code we put together for the awesome people at Real Radio! Its all about the Social Media these days so scan this bad boy and keep up to date with everything thats going on with them! As long as they post it on facebook.
We have been busy doing all sorts of things these days but i thought it was time to show you some of the things we have been working on for our clients. Let us know what you think and remember you can always hit us up at Contact@KalvinKleen.com for any social media or Qr Code needs you might have.
Here is something you’ll start noticing around town real soon from Because its Gross. Wash your hands!
This one is another little number for SongCliq
Orlando based bad to the bone all girl rockband Dollface knows whats up.
Because International Talk Like A Pirate Day is approaching us on sept 19th Little Fish Huge pond will be doing the 3rd Annual Pirate Days!!! Its an all day street party with live music, games, and drinks. All day fun for the whole family. Make sure to stay late and check out the party that will follow! Scan this new Designer QR Code to stay up to date on all the details and band line ups!
Been watching shark week as i always do and got inspired to put this together.
If you like Blackjack and you Love Kalvin Kleen this is the spot to scan now with your oh so smart Smart Phone! It was real smokey in the office today and been doing a lot of web surfing and somehow decided that i wanted a Vegas style QR code (which i am working on). So Before the steak here is the sizzle, the Blackjack KK Designer QR Code.
Here is a new Designer QR Code we put together for our facebook page, thinking about using this one for the flyers. Even if you spill the paint you still keep it Kleen.
Greg McMaster Creative Planner at SET Some have opined that QR code use in Japan is actually declining in some sectors. Are you ﬁnding this? It has not been our experience that QR code use is declining. I think what might be happening is that consumers are possibly tired of them in their current form. I think this is where a design revolution is needed. People need a reason to click through. We think that codes such as the Louis Vuitton one and others we have up our sleeve will show that simple color and clever ideas will increase use in much the same way that clever ad- vertising gets people to pay attention. Do you think that this crossover--bringing the worlds of popular cul- ture and art into the QR code space--will fuel more interest in and demand for QR codes beyond Japan? Already we are being approached by agencies abroad to discuss collabo- ration. I think that this will indeed open up new possibilities. We are one agency but we are keen to see what happens when others work out how to do it and start putting their creativity into it. The business behind the QR code has its obvious appeal to marketers so I am sure we will see increased use outside Japan. Already examples are starting to creep up - Kanye West, Ralph Lauren, H&M, etc. They just haven't realized how much nicer they could have looked if they had come to us ﬁrst! What are the remaining barriers in North America to widespread use of QR codes (for example, cost to users and the lack of standards or preloaded code reading applications)? Is it a technical/infrastructure question or just a mindset question? I just spent a few weeks in Australia talking up the codes to brands and agencies there and I guess one barrier is the perceived cost. Once ﬂat rate mobile plans become standard, consumers will spend more time browsing and interacting on their phones. The QR code will provide a gateway between the real world and the digital. I saw codes on the sides of buses in Australia promoting movie releases. It was a kid's ﬁlm and so that is obviously one way the codes will take off abroad. Kids today seem to have no trouble with technology, so a couple of well-promoted exam- ples of youth brand coding will have everyone jumping on the band- wagon and consumers experimenting. Think Ecko tagging Air Force One with a QR code--The next day everyone would know what they are. The technology is there and the consumers are ready. It's up to the brands to make them interesting enough to warrant a click