The Super Simple Way to Make Your Own QR Code

The Super Simple Way to Make Your Own QR Code

Gregory Han
Apr 9, 2012


Are you noticing more of those square matrix barcodes around town? We've seen an uptick of QR Codes being used in advertising, on business cards, and even on realty For Sale signs around town. These Quick Response Codes can be an easy way to direct people to any information you'd like to share online with just a scan of a smartphone. But you'll first need to know how to make one... isn't going to win any website design awards (there's also QR Stuff if you want more advanced options), but we give it a gold star for simplicity, requiring nothing but your site URL and an option image to embed ontop of your custom QR code. Once you put your info, you just need to pick an output size, and in about 5-10 seconds, you'll have your very own QR code with logo or other image to use to your heart's content.


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Now you've got your QR Code, wondering what to do with it beyond the standard business card? Here are a few ideas to get you started:

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