Which of these two QR Codes is more likely to catch a potential customer's eye?
The two QR Codes shown have exactly the same content (they both point to the Wikipedia entry for "tiger").

But the one on the right has the sort of color and design that can make the difference between a potential customer ignoring it or perhaps being intrigued enough to bring up your website on their smartphone or tablet device. This is why so many QR Code early adopters are using "designer" QR Codes. Having one designed and rendered is simple; see the Design Services link for examples.

But what happens when you need multiple copies of your Designer QR Code, each with different content? For example, a museum may display a QR Code (designed with the museum logo) next to each exhibit, linking to a page on their website with more information about the artist. Or, a realtor may need to generate a copy of their Designer QR Code linking to any new property they list. See Case Studies for a real world example of the latter.

This is where we come in. Using your Designer QR Code as a template, we can generate anywhere from 10 to a 1,000,000 or more, each with unique content. Or, we can set you up with a personalized website where you can generate your own as needed, one or more at a time (again, please see Case Studies for an example).