Simon Griffee · Time, light, movement & distance.

QR Codes

7 January 2014 · 1 minute read

Please stop using QR codesrobot barf — in print materials.

QR codes don’t take any advantage of humans’ ability to read, discriminate against people who don’t have mobile phones with cameras, and take up space that could be used for better information.

If you must, maybe because your boss insists, at least include a human-readable URL to an HTML page such as www.yoursite.tld/link below the ugly thing.