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    Adam Wilson
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Put An End To QR Codes!


San Francisco, CA
December 31, 2013at 12:00 am

We are not robots.

This unusual square box with black dots started to appear all over the city. It was an advertisers way of saying “We want to tell you more but, you have to scan this code first”. It destroyed a layout graphic designers put their passion into. And it confused the people who didn’t know what it was. It wasn’t sexy nor interesting to look at.

The advertisers are slowly realizing the “Let’s just put a QR code on this” boat is sinking and we no longer see those mysterious cubes anymore. However, despite the dying trend, there are plenty of companies who still use it for their marketing campaigns. We decided to let the public and the companies know that the war is over.

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  • Alessandra RizzottiAlessandra Rizzotti

    Haha this is funny. I never really understood QR codes. Did you start this campaign and if so, where can we get stickers?