Children’s author Catherine Cooper and Pengridion Books recently had a problem that Wakefield Labels were able to remedy with QR code labels.
If you need to protect documents, products or assets, security labels might be just what you need. Used to mark assets or seal products, these labels are usually used to show proof of product tampering. They can also be used as asset / inventory labels.
Some people don’t know what they are called, but a little square pattern is gaining popularity in advertising and marketing. It’s a QR code, which stands for Quick Response. If you’re not yet familiar with QR codes, they’re similar to barcodes, but the main difference is the amount of data they can hold.
At this time of year we print lots of labels for exhibitions – and they are normally wanted in a hurry. It’s only natural, as labels are one of the last things to be thought about when organising an exhibition.
Wakefield Labels have been awarded a Carbon Smart accreditation. This achievement recognises our commitment to protecting the environment.
Wakefield Labels has appointed The Design Partnership to help us with our marketing. The Design Partnership designed and built our current website nearly four years ago and they also help with our on-line advertising.