Take a look here;
Well, I would have to say I'm on the outside looking in on this joke. I'm aware that it's a code for smart phones but my phone isn't (smart that is). Perhaps I take things too literally....
I saw something very similar in the comics this morning.
Robert, there are probably very few people who have the app to read those codes ... and probably even fewer who are interested in doing so.
What do they have to do with "designing a different kind of table"?
There is online reader at: http://zxing.org/w/decode.jspx
However you have to save the image to disk and upload image to that reader.
Isn't the contest for Javelin customers only?
Yes, Javelin only is criteria number one (on current subscription). Wouldn't a mass email to the client list be more effective?
Thanks guys, and thanks Matt West from SolidWorks.
I just wanted to do a quick marketing experiment to determine the following:
If any of our customers (or the rest of you) would like to cater what content you recieve from Javelin, please feel free to pick which communications you want here (we've got a strict opt-in/opt-out policy so you won't get spammed):
Thanks again and have a great day folks,
P.S. The results are that the QR codes are not quite ready for the prime time marketing with only 20 scans and obviously the reaction didn't seem to be one of a cool novelty but rather a bit of a frustration for some people.
Not having ever seen one before except on packaging and shipping boxes I didn't have a clue what it was. I also don't have a smart phone that could scan it. While I WOULD call it a "cool novelty", I would stress it as a NOVELTY is my eyes. Hope you end up with a cool table out of the contest.
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