Sorry for the delay – we had a run of submissions, due to our stickers getting listed on a bunch of “Freebie” websites (boo). It was a kind of viral thing to watch, as one site picked it up… other site started to follow suit in a short amount of time. We disabled the forms after we noticed, but not before a small number of requests came in.
Gabriel Campanario works under the name Seattle Sketcher, keeping what he calls “an illustrated journal of the life in the Puget Sound region.”
Along with his work experience and references, the back of Victor Petit’s resume included a very large photograph and a QR code. There’s also a nice outline/guide, indicating where the user should place the phone, after the QR code is scanned.
The first round of stickers requests have been printed out, packaged up, and should be in the mail later today! It took us a while to master the whole process of printing onto envelopes (using MS Word), but we finally got it down. A few of the addresses are smudgy, but we’ll hope you’ll forgive us this small detail.
Hard to believe that April, and National Poetry Month, has finally arrived. We’ve been looking forward to this day for a long while, and now that it’s here, well… it’s kind of weird. We don’t really know what to do with ourselves.
Joking. We actually have a huge list of things to-do yet. We’re currently super busy trying to get the word out about the project, and sending our little URL to as many people as we can think of.
We’re excited as can be to announce that our stickers have arrived! Based on the original estimates given to us by Sticker Mule, we were expecting to get our stickers by March 30th. We’d be lying if we said there wasn’t just a little bit of nail-biting, worried that we’d hit National Poetry Month without…
Too often, we see QR codes placed haphazardly, slapped onto posters and billboards like an afterthought. At most, they’re glorified links on marketing campaigns – oftentimes providing little value to the viewer, with little return for the effort. One time, we saw a QR code placed on the side of bus. Still shaking our heads…