These are the board containing our notes from our group discussions
In my latest Vectorworks tutorial Urs and I sat down and discussed how to get the QR code attached to the bench in a semi permanent way. We came to the conclusion that attaching a sturdy sign to it would be a logical solution.
The sign will be mounted on side of the concrete supports with content on both sides to attract people passing by but also engage with people sitting on the bench.
After building it in Vectorworks I spent a decent amount of time trying to get a Animationworks movie together for the presentation. I decided that an orbital video (camera flys full 360 around bench) would be effective at showing every side of the bench and and both sides of the signage
Using the collateral from band, I have developed some posters to attach to the street furniture. They focus on the slogan live here give here, with room for the QR codes and logo below.
I have also developed some stickers that would be able to printed in mass and slapped around the region. Every sticker slapped would be laying down a portal that links the community to HBF.
One way of getting the QR into the community could be to design some street furniture with HBF branding and a QR code taking people to a donation page on the revamped website. A permanent fixture like this could generate lots of donations if it were in the right location.
I have sketched up a few concepts based on m research and will discuss them with Urs to consider how easy or hard they might be to make in Vectorworks.
I google searched how to make a QR code and like a million free QR generators popped up which was super handy. I created one to use in the final presentation using www.qr–code-generator.com
I now need to mock up a few ideas of how the QR could be used in the community.