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Showing posts with label QR Code. Show all posts
Showing posts with label QR Code. Show all posts

Monday, February 6, 2012

QRHacker lets you create personalized QR codes by adding colors, images and logos



QRHacker is a fun QR code generator, using this web app you can personalize your QR codes and have fun. You can even pay around with the colors and embed images into your QR code. When you first start generating your code you can choose to add some text, link to a URL, phone number and Vcard. Once you have done that it is time to get started. Forget black and white QR codes that look like a maze of jumbled parts. These QR codes can be fun, you can add your Logo or embed an image into the code and generate a QR code your for App, Website, Product or blog that looks totally different. Developed by  a small Hungarian-based team called Carnation Group


Once you fill in all the details you can then start adding colors to your QR code and you can even edit the same pixel by pixel, You can also edit each pixel individually. You can add background and foreground colors and upload an image to embed or add your logo. Once completed you have a nice colorful and creative QR code which you can use. Please check the image to get a better idea.
QRHacker




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Sociolatte



Sunday, October 23, 2011

How create a colorful custom QR code with your logo



QR codes are all the rage on the web these days both online and offline. Museums are using them around the world so visitors can use their phones to scan the codes and get information about the item in their choice of language. Promotions both online and offline are run with the help of QR codes since it is easy to scan and get information right on your phone. With all the QR codes seen around there is now the option to generate your code in color and add you logo and brand to the QR code. In case your wondering A QR code (Quick Response code) is a type of matrix barcode.



Unitag lets you create a colorful custom QR code and add you logo for additional branding. While using the site you are asked to first test your color QR code to ensure that it works properly since choosing the wrong color contrasts can render the code useless. Once you add your logo you will need to first test the code before you use it. So head over now to create a colorful QR code for your business, blog or site.




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Sociolatte