App Smashing - QR Codes - iOS
Adding multimedia to your printed photo book and album pages by creating coordinating QR codes on your iPhone
There are some things that are better captured on video! But what do you do with them?? How can you view them? Videos and movies can add a whole new sensory experience to our pages! Add them to a page in your photo book, Chatbook, or album with a QR code!!
What about those funny animations that Google Photos creates? What can you do with them? How about adding them to a page in your photo book with a QR code?
Maybe you have a hundred photos from one event and don't want to include them all in your photo book. Add them to a page with a QR code!
In this course we are smashing apps to add videos, albums, gifs, animations, etc. to our pages, photo books, Chatbooks, and albums through QR codes.
In this course you will learn:
With Your Purchase You Will Receive:
5 research based reasons you want your photos and stories printed:
APP SMASHING is an educational term used to describe the technique of using several apps to get a desired result. During this course I demonstrate use of small portions of nine different apps. Not all of the apps are required, however purchase of some of the apps might be necessary to achieve the desired and demonstrated results (you will need 4 to 5 of the apps).
This class is for iOS.
Lesson 1: What, why, and how of QR codes
Lesson 2: What if I delete, move, or rename a file after a QR code is created?
Lesson 1: Creating a share link in Google Photos
Lesson 2: Creating a share link in Amazon Prime Photos
Lesson 3: Creating a share link in Dropbox
Lesson 4: Creating a share link in Flickr
Lesson 1: Creating a coordinating QR code
Lesson 1: Adding your QR code to a page with the Letterglow App
Lesson 2: Adding your QR code to a page with Over App
Lesson 3: Adding your QR code to a page through the Project Life App
Lesson 4: A note about photos and Chatbooks
Creating a Coordinating QR Code Workflow Step-by-Step
Lesson 1: Scanning a QR Code (animations in Google Photos)
Lesson 2: Scanning a QR Code (movie in Dropbox)