Some standout ways to use QR Codes on stationery
Stationery is a fantastic way to use these scannable Codes, and there are endless ways to do so. Everyone's personal stationery is slightly different, but this list of our top 5 ways to use QR Codes on stationery should provide some inspiration:
1. Make greeting cards extra special
Almost all of us send greeting cards throughout the year, but it took Hallmark to realize that they could be enhanced by adding QR Codes. Aimed at kids, their cards included
Codes linked to animated short stories, making them a delight to receive.
2. Create tailored resume links
Resumes are one of the most popular applications of smartphone-scannable Codes, and with good reason. You can attach a Code to each application which links to applicable videos
or PDF documents
in your portfolio, or create expanded resumes to complement your print version. Either way, recruiters love them.
3. Making learning interactive
Notepads and notebooks can also be enhanced by adding a Code or two - particularly in the classroom. Imagine adding Codes to students’ study books which link to content about the class being taught. That way, students can catch up after class or find out information as they participate.
4. Make letters count
If you use mail outs for marketing purposes, you'll appreciate ways to boost response rates. Adding scannable Codes can do just that, giving smartphone users a quick way to connect to information about who you are and what you can do for them. You might even think about adding a Code to the envelope as well.
5. Design killer business cards
Even in the digital age, business cards are everywhere. Strategically deployed QR Codes
can turn anyone's business cards into something much more interesting, giving contacts a way to find out about the person they have just met, and allowing you to sell yourself via websites, Facebook pages or YouTube videos