Note on how this code works:
The code above uses ScanLife “Smartcode” technology which uses real time data to dynamically update the content you see. In this case, our system calculates the number of Total Scans on this code which is then formulated into the giving amount. We only count hits to the page that come through the scan of a barcode whether it comes from our app or any other.
We have already made a $500 donation, and now you can help us give more!
Here are some of our most recent campaign examples for the month of December. 2D codes were used by a variety of different industry categories including:
Here’s one example, and you can check out the rest from our Flickr page.
Stay tuned for more examples, and follow us on Twitter for new examples as they launch!
Women of the Storm, a group which started during the Katrina disaster, is rallying to restore America’s Gulf coast which has left that area in shambles once again. They have just launched a new effort called “Be the One” which intends to galvanize the nation around demanding that government leaders address this critical issue.
ScanLife is proud to be a partner by providing this QR Code to help give people an easy way to help. By scanning it, you will be linked to a mobile site where you can sign a petition and watch a video from celebrities like Sandra Bullock.
You can also buy a t-shirt with the code to show their support. “Scan the Tag, Sign the Petition, Be the One.”
This is another great example of how 2D barcodes are going mainstream and how they can help connect us all to a wide variety of causes.
ScanLife has many fans in Chile and we also have an office in Santiago. Our thoughts are with everyone as they begin a long recovery.
To help, please scan this code to give $10 via Habitat for Humanity. Donations will be given by SMS (after the scan) and will show up on your monthly phone bill. All major US carriers are supported – if you are outside the US, or prefer to give on-line, just click the code.
Mobile barcodes could change the way we discover & share information from the world around us. We welcome your thoughts & ideas on how to make this technology matter - today and in the future.