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Aug
20
comment When does the designer pay for a reprint
Painful. The designer dropped the ball for sure. However, whoever signed off on the proofs is left holding the bag in this scenario. The good news is, no body uses QRs anyway ;-)
Aug
20
reviewed Close How do I hyperlink .oam-Animations Muse?
Aug
20
reviewed Leave Open how to position cities correctly on a world map??? geolocation markers for Illustrator CC?
Aug
17
revised Does anyone know the name of this typography/design style?
Appeasing the fussy commenters :-P
Aug
17
revised Does anyone know the name of this typography/design style?
More linkage and a miserably loud image of a Memphis interior.
Aug
17
answered Does anyone know the name of this typography/design style?
Aug
4
comment Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
@Sam when you say massive usage, I assume you mean by companies printing them on various objects. But do you have stats that show actual end users engaging with them at a high rate?
Aug
4
accepted What is the best way to review static mobile mockups?
Aug
4
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Aug
3
comment How to insert a table in Sketch 3?
One of those growing pains us early switchers have the pleasure of working around. Good solution.
Jul
31
revised Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
Expanded answer ... since we're way off topic anyway.
Jul
31
comment Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
And one more issue with this argument: Tracking tokens on a url aren't a problem if they're masked by the shortened url, which of course, they should be.
Jul
31
comment Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
Two problems here: 1) A QR is not a url shortener -- those are the handy little utilities that make QRs largely useless. 2) QRs are rarely easier than a proper short url because very few people have a reader installed on their phone, which means jumping to an app store before you can do anything.
Jul
30
comment Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
@Ryan Print marketing. In order of volume: catalogs, mailer cards, brochures, in-store collateral, trade show displays, ... probably something else I'm forgetting. I don't have the hard #s now, but the catalogs got the highest response: less than a percent. Some codes were incentivized with offers, some were expanded info. Big surprise: offers worked better.
Jul
29
comment Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
Possibly useful in catalogs. But if your print to web use case is big, wouldn't an easy way to enter item #s or prod names be more usable?
Jul
29
answered Is the use of a QR code worth the space it requires?
Jul
27
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Jul
24
revised Drop caps for first paragraph in chapter in InDesign
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Jul
24
revised Drop caps for first paragraph in chapter in InDesign
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24
revised Drop caps for first paragraph in chapter in InDesign
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