How do I use the vCard QR Code generator?
Creating a QR Code for vCard is easy. First, enter your full name. You may choose to display both your first and last name or just either one.
Next, enter your contact details in the form of work, mobile, fax numbers as well as your email address.
If you’re working for a company or own one, you may display the name and your role. There’s also an option to display the full address if you wish.
Add your website URL to make it easier for people to check your business online.
Now, select ‘Generate’ to finish creating your vCard QR Code.
After that, customize the generated QR Code with colors, add a frame or just leave it black and white.
To finish up, all you have to do now is download the QR Code image in high-quality format and integrate it into the file design you’ll print it on, such as a business card.
What should I know before I create and print my free vCard QR Code?
Display accurate contact info
Double-check your information before generating the vCard QR Code. Fix any typos, especially in the phone numbers, email address, and website URL. The QR Code is Static, which means you will never be able to edit the content once it’s generated. You can create as many vCards as you want, but once they’re printed, there’s no turning back.
Minimum size to be scannable
We recommend going no smaller than 2 x 2 cm (0.8 x 0.8 in) as it’s the most optimum size for the QR Code to remain scannable. Read our guide before printing for more info on this and other factors you should consider.
Add a logo
It’s always a good idea to add your personal or company logo in the center of your vCard QR Code. If you don’t have any, a ready-made “Scan Me” logo can be added instead to encourage your network to scan it.
Use custom colors
Our color picker ensures you have the best design for your vCard QR Code that matches you and your brand. There are millions of color combinations you can choose from so there’s no excuse not to take advantage of it.
Print in different file formats
Need your vCard QR Code in different file formats other than JPG? You can download it in PNG, SVG, and even EPS for those who wanted a vector graphic format. We ensure the QR Code stays in high-resolution, so you never have to worry about it being blurry or pixelated.
Any examples of companies using vCard QR Codes?
The benefit of using a vCard QR Code is that it’s highly-versatile across any industry. Check these out so you can get inspired to start creating one.
Gyms and wellness studios
Personal trainers at Studio Gym printed the vCard QR Code on all of their business cards for easy networking. This way, fitness enthusiasts will be able to connect with them directly for personal training requests or advice.
The easiest way to find new clients is at conferences and networking events. That is why consultants at Brixton Business Consulting firm used vCard QR Codes on their business cards and event badges so they can connect with people fast.
Photographers and videographers
Through the Lens Studio rely on word-of-mouth marketing. The almost zero-cost way to do this is to add vCard QR Codes on all their digital and print photos so that they can be contacted by interested parties to book their services when they see any of their work.
Are you a job seeker? Simply add a vCard QR Code on your CV or resume to make it easier for hiring managers to contact you. Plus, career experts believe that QR Codes on resumes get way more responses than the standard, boring resumes!
Healthcare and doctors
Dr. Andrew Webber loves his patients and knows every single one. To connect with them more, he added a vCard QR Code on his business cards as well as on some table tents in the waiting room so that his patients can save his contacts in case of emergencies.