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True, its a nice idea, like when you see a teaser providing a split message leaving you wondering what’s missing to code the message. Like Deanna said, the message is hard to read and there is no suggestion there’s two parts of that message. It is a bit odd and somewhat incomplete but i think it still does what it is indending to do. In this case, is it an accident part of the Y is cut off – or that the message kind of makes sense when it’s seen in half? A name, residential address, and (preferably residential) telephone number is required from readers who comment on ODT Online.


The bus routes were on a loop, so the message became clear whenever the buses were in close proximity to each other. You need to have the target audience (singles who stare at the backs of buses) looking at the back of the buses at the precise time that they meet up… the chances of that are not soo high. But when they are apart, and i believe that more than 50% of the running time they are, the message is in most cases lost. The stunt just seems risky enought to let the viewer figure out for themself that those two words are in fact part of a 4 word message. Let's face it though, QR codes are really neat, but currently their potential is only partially employed.


If they ended up having it make sense apart then I’m going to have to guess that was purely a beneficial accident.



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