Meet SMAD Museum
SMAD Museum isn’t actually a real museum but it could be your exhibition space or art gallery. Incorporating QR Codes into museum exhibits transforms them from a lackluster experience into an interactive visit. QR Codes also make it easier for your visitors to have a truly enriching and memorable experience. Ready to take your venue to the next level? Check out these creative ways to use QR Codes and learn how you can do the same.
MP3 QR Code
Enhance static mediums with rich content
As a museum, your goal is to always give your visitors an enriching exhibit experience. Why not add an MP3 QR Code that provides direct access to an immersive audio experience that promotes the artists? It’s also more convenient than an audio guide because the listener can choose which exhibits interest them the most. Plus, visitors can scan the QR Code using their smartphones so no additional devices needed.Create now Learn more
Social Media QR Code
Foster brand awareness through social media
Social media is one of the most effective marketing channels for building brand awareness. And the more accessible you make those profiles, the more followers your museum will get. One way to do this is with a Social Media QR Code on your tickets to give visitors a quicker way to view all your social media links on one customizable display page. Now, they no longer have to search for your social media manually and avoid the risk of following the wrong profile.Create now Learn more
Feedback QR Code
Improve your venue with visitor feedback
You want to ensure that visitors have the best possible experience at your museum. But if you don’t ask for feedback, it’s hard to tell if there’s anything you could improve. When you use a Feedback QR Code on an exhibition banner, collecting feedback becomes a piece of cake. All you have to do is create a customized form, get visitors to scan the QR Code, fill it out, and hit send. The feedback is then automatically sent to your email to help you organize.Create now Learn more
Event QR Code
Boost your event attendance
Museums and art galleries often host special events for new collections or special artist presentations. Maximize your event attendance by using an Event QR Code on a local poster ad. Anyone who’d like to join can view all the event info via the QR Code, register, purchase their tickets, and even add the event to their digital calendars. And if there are any changes to your event, simply update anytime without ever reprinting a new QR Code.Create now Learn more
App Store QR Code
Make your app installation a breeze
Museums often have interactive experience using Augmented Reality (AR). To do that, an app is required for AR to work. Give your visitors easy access to your AR app with an App Store QR Code on a museum wall exhibit. Once they scan the QR Code, they’re directed to a page that displays all the related app store links without having to search for it manually. You can even customize the page with a link that leads to your website to increase traffic.Create now Learn more
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