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Make Your Own QR Code Following Some Easy Steps

 

Taher Ahmed Chowdhury, the Deputy Managing Director of Islami Bank, is a 30 years experienced personality in field of IT and is therefore also the Head of Information & Communication of this bank. He has also played the role of Executive Vice President & CIO of first security of Islami Bank.

Mr. Taher Ahmed Chowdhury’s resume reveals that apart from completing MBA from IIUC, he have also mastered the International Project Managing from AAPM, USA, after which he finally mastered in Information Technology from Institute of IT from Jahangirnagar university. He, for the quest of knowledge, has also earned professional/global online certifications on MCP, MCSE and CCNA from Microsoft & Cisco, USA. Recently he has received CISSO (Certified information Systems Security Officer) from Miles2 of USA.

With such high qualifications in the field of IT, in 1986, he started his career as the Hardware Engineer of Beximco Computers Ltd. After sometimes, he took a break from Beximco and joined as a Radio Electronic Instructor in the Marine Academy of Chittagong (under Ministry of Shipping) in 1993. However, he joined back Beximco in 2000 as the Senior Network Engineer. Later, after a certain time, he finally shifted his career to banking and joined as the Assistant Vice President of IT division of IFIC Bank. He worked there before he finally became a part of Islami bank.


 

Quick Response Code as QR Code is the trademark of a type of two dimensional barcode that is a machine readable optical label containing information about the item to which it is attached. A QR code uses four standardized encoding modes (numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary, and kanji) to efficiently store data; extensions may also be used. The creation process is pretty simple in a way. Here’s how to get started.

STEP 1: Selection of QR Code Generator

Millions of QR Code generators are available there whilst few of the popular are Kaywa, GOQR.me, Visualead and QR Stuff. Follow any of them to track and analyze performance if it allows you to design a code that is unique to your brand.

STEP 2: Designing and Linking Up

Customizing the design is very interesting part for creating QR Codes. Just go for your logo that can reflect your website’s design scheme. To demonstrate how easy it is, let’s select one of the QR code generators above and do a walkthrough together. For example, you may select GOQR.me.

  • Select what type of content you want your QR Code to send the consumers.
  • Insert the content (For example, a URL)
  • Check out the preview, customized as wanted, and then download or embed where necessary

You can also adjust the colors, add a logo, or create social options and many more.

STEP 3: Testifying QR Code

In all the excitement of creating your first QR code, don’t forget to check to see if the QR code “reads” correctly, and be sure to try more than just one reader. A good place to start is the free tool Google Goggles which takes a picture and then tells you what link or item it “reads to.”

STEP 4: Tracking and Analyzing the Performance

Follow up on any collateral or campaigns using QR Codes to see if they are working, not redeeming your offer or scanning or anything else. Knowing this will help you troubleshoot and adjust your poorly performing QR codes to more closely mirror those that work well.

Just follow the above and get your personal QR Code to create your own identity. No matter where you are, be there with your code and remove your suspense aloof.

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