QR codes bridge real life with cyberspace
Warbasse Design and client Paula McMath are featured on NPR's Marketplace.
January 21, 2011 - Los Angeles, CA -- QR Code and Mobile Designer Philip Warbasse of Warbasse Design and client Paula McMath are featured on NPR's Marketplace this week in a piece titled "QR codes bridge real life with cyberspace" by Alex Schmidt.
Above - featured musician Paula McMath plays the 3rd Street Promenade
"Little black and white squares have started popping up in magazines, on billboards and storefronts. They're called QR codes, and are aimed at linking the online world with the real world," reports Alex Schmidt for NPR's Marketplace.
Original Air Date: January 21, 2011.
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About Warbasse Design
Since inception, the goal has remained unchanged - to help clients become better known and better understood. Warbasse design is known for its research methods as much as its award-winning design and it has a track record of providing clients internet technology that is consistently ahead of its time. Warbasse Design began streaming audio in 1997, was creating "web 2.0" strategies by 2003 and sold a minority interest in its Pc-to-phone company ClickCall(TM) in 2005, long before the acronym VOIP was commonplace. Located in 5 U.S. markets and representing one of the largest networks of designers and developers in the United States, Warbasse Design is growing at the speed of the internet.