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  • 1. QR codes Case Study AIDS.gov Jeremy Vanderlan
  • 2. What I DoTechnical Lead Interactive Media Lead
  • 3. QR codes Case Study AIDS.gov•QR Code Overview•AIDS.gov approach•Best Practices & Resources•Using Analytics
  • 4. 2011 Marks 30 Years of AIDS 4
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  • 9. QR Code Overview• Credibility and Context• Give People a Reason to Scan• Purpose = Value• Mobile-Specific
  • 10. QR Codes Case Study AIDS.gov•QR Code Overview•AIDS.gov Approach•Best Practices & Resources•Using Analytics
  • 11. AIDS.gov Approach • Numerous Mobile Resources • Printed Resources including Fact Sheets, Promotional Materials, Community Partners • Branded • Use Analytics
  • 12. AIDS.gov Approach• Simplicity – short http://m.aids.gov URL’s• Mobile-Specific• Share best practices with others working in http://locator.aids.gov HIV/AIDS Community
  • 13. Building a Mobile, Location-Based Search Mash-up for AIDS.gov•QR Code Overview•AIDS.gov Approach•Best Practices•Using Analytics
  • 14. URL’s can be Long… http://www.aids.gov/hiv- aids-basics/hiv-aids- 101/overview/aids- timeline/index.html
  • 15. Simplify for Best Results• The suggested minimum size is 1.25’’ x 1.25’’• Use URL Shortener when possible (will decrease the need for a larger size)• Add white space around the QR code for easier detection• If possible, add a link as text to accompany the QR code• Link to mobile-specific or mobile-optimized resources
  • 16. Device Testing
  • 17. Branding
  • 18. Resources• QR generators – http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ – http://goqr.me• QR readers – Depends on smartphone platform – Quality is inconsistent – We do not recommend or endorse a specific one
  • 19. QR codes Case Study AIDS.gov• QR Code Overview• AIDS.gov Approach• Best Practices & Resources• Using Analytics
  • 20. Analytics• http://m.aids.gov/touch/?q r=true&mat=bc• qr=true let’s us know the link came from a QR scan• mat=bc came from a business card• Tracking these resources in Google Analytics helps us sort how and when these QR codes were used
  • 21. AIDS.gov resources• Mobile site - m.aids.gov• Locator - locator.aids.gov• Twitter - @AIDSgov• Blog - blog.aids.gov Connect• Twitter - @thulcandrian• email - jvanderlan@icfi.com