DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR QR CODES
“QR CODEWITH 30% ALLOWANCEFOR ERROR”(Especially when you make a Custom                          QR Code)
FILE EXTENSIONS.eps and .png is for printing.png and .jpg is for the web
COLOR MODELS        FOR THE WEB        FOR PRINTING
RESOLUTION300 dpi “MINIMUM”
Colors and contrastWhen you use moreThan One color!USE CONTRASTINGCOLORS!
Qr code safe zoneOriginal code Don’t cut OR INTERRUPT these parts!
COLOR CHOICEPlain vanilla       liquid     dottedBlack color is the safest choice
Mobile phone readersA lot of choicesMany don’t comply to official guidelinesMight not work
Mobile phone readers                            Educate your clientsGive instructions about the best readers for their dev...
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QR CODES DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

  1. 1. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR QR CODES
  2. 2. “QR CODEWITH 30% ALLOWANCEFOR ERROR”(Especially when you make a Custom QR Code)
  3. 3. FILE EXTENSIONS.eps and .png is for printing.png and .jpg is for the web
  4. 4. COLOR MODELS FOR THE WEB FOR PRINTING
  5. 5. RESOLUTION300 dpi “MINIMUM”
  6. 6. Colors and contrastWhen you use moreThan One color!USE CONTRASTINGCOLORS!
  7. 7. Qr code safe zoneOriginal code Don’t cut OR INTERRUPT these parts!
  8. 8. COLOR CHOICEPlain vanilla liquid dottedBlack color is the safest choice
  9. 9. Mobile phone readersA lot of choicesMany don’t comply to official guidelinesMight not work
  10. 10. Mobile phone readers Educate your clientsGive instructions about the best readers for their deviceGive instructions to help them scan your qr code
  11. 11. Go to www.mediamarbles.com for more
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