Twitter has had a makeover. They have gone for a more minimalistic look as part of the redesign whilst ensuring that the desktop, mobile and app versions work seamlessly. Although Twitter underwent a brand refreshment last year, it seems they felt that possible improvement was possible.
If you've spied what looks like a bar code that has escaped from a supermarket shelf and wondered what it is doing on a poster, an ad, a piece of marketing literature, or even a lorry as it speeds past you on the motorway, then chances are it’s a QR Code. The QR code, or Quick Response code, is designed to provide a quick and easy link to a website or other online material. By using an app on a smartphone (many are available free of charge) and simply scanning the code, you are instantly taken to the relevant online message. We’ve used one on our own website so that you can easily pick up where we are, store the map in your ‘phone and come and see us as often as you like! We’re increasingly using them for clients, so if you’re interested in seeing how they can work for you, get in touch (via your smartphone or otherwise…)