QR Codes: Alive and Well in the Museum?

Colin Brooks
Jun 7, 2019 · 5 min read
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The author scanning a QR code in the Whitney’s museum guide.
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The backside of a standard Whitney Museum ticket.
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An inside page of the Whitney’s museum guide containing a callout for the Mobile Guide and a QR code.
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Two stanchions in the Museum’s lobby directing visitors to the Mobile Guide options. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) messaging is prominently featured next to the QR code.
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Vinyl text calling out the Museum’s general hashtag, online handle, free WiFi network, and the Mobile Guide (including QR code).
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The author could not find an example of the tour stanchion but knows it exists.

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