boxes, milk cartons, and book covers? Used mostly in tracking shipments and in supermarket checkout counters, barcodes were a revolutionary technology back then but was pretty much limited to tracking inventory and sales – about as cool as waiting in line to watch a middle-aged accountant count sheep.
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Thankfully, the evolution of the good ol’ barcode has taken a turn for the better with the introduction of QR (quick response) codes. These codes that look like pixelated hieroglyphics are not just good at storing inventory information, they can be used to browse the web, send contact info, and even connect to Wi-Fi networks with a quick flick of a camera phone.
Popular brands such as Louis Vuitton and Ralph Lauren have used QR codes in their advertising and promotional material because of its versatility and ease of use.
Juice.ph, being the epitome of cool, brings you QR codes in every issue of the Juice.ph magazine. Scan the code today and see what’s in store for July!
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