Posts tagged ‘banking’
A tweet from Joel Hughes asking for examples of good uses of QR codes (the general concensus is that there aren’t that many) reminded me of this nice idea for a job advert as a tattooist.
Which lead me to start thinking of other possible good uses of QR codes. Then I remembered a brief Twitter exchange with Tom Nelson, the US half of Humans in Design, about his experience of Simple, a new bank/banking service recently launched in the States. From the information on Simple’s website, I have slightly mixed feelings about whether it will actually be simple to use or just offers customers more data – the two aren’t necessarily the same thing.
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3 comments / March 11th, 2013
Exactly 6 months ago, I wrote a quick post about Virgin Trains blaming the shocking design of a PDF ticket on it being an ‘industry standard’. In that post I mentioned, briefly, the impact this could have on a brand. That comment seemed to catch people’s attention more than I’d expected, so I thought I should probably take the time to expand on it a bit.
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0 comments / September 20th, 2012