QR Codes Printed on Temporary Tattoos

by Maria on May 18, 2012

QR Codes are the biggest innovation in the promotional industry in years for a number of reason. The main one is that it can serve as an incentive to drive customers to a website or even social media pages such as Facebook. QR Codes have been seen in many places of late but mostly on print media such as magazines, brochures, billboards and catalogues. The mystery and wonder hidden within the code inevitably gets the better of most people and they more often than not use their smart phones to scan the code and see what it’s message holds. QR Codes printed on promotional products such as keyrings added the extra element were an item can have more than one purpose. Themed promotions and competitions can benefit greatly from the usage of printed QR codes.

It was just a matter of time before someone figured out that human beings can be scanned when a QR Code is printed on a temporary tattoo. It’s a modern way to have people scanned for particular events which can rage from sports meets through to festivals and large parties.

QR Code Printed Temporary Tattoos

QR Code Printed Temporary Tattoos

Please contact the team at JEM Promotional Products on (02)82051334 or enquiries@jempp.com.au for more information on how to use QR Codes on Temporary Tattoos.

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