I was tweeted an interesting link the other day – We Don’t Make Demands. They have a set of posters for the “Occupy Movement” which incorporate QRpedia codes.
These posters were designed by participants at the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City. They are in the public domain. You are welcome to print them out and post them in your own location.
I love this use of QRpedia – but I have two minor suggestions.
QR codes work best with some whitespace around them, so:
- Move the QR code away from the margin – so it won’t get covered by tape etc.
- The call to action – “Learn More At Wikipedia” – should be slightly further away from the main body of the code.
Other than that – very impressive.
I took a walk through the OccupyLSX encampment at St Pauls. I have to say, the QR codes on display weren’t as impressive as the above posters.
There are a range of Occupy QR codes out there. Some work really well, some don’t. Take a look at:
Occupy Syracuse QR.
Occupy Austin QR.
Occupy Las Vegas QR.
Occupy Davis QR.
And finally, Occupy Legoland.