UPDATE: This post is no longer up to date. To read more about the many types of both one-dimensional and two-dimensional barcodes please see our latest guide to choosing the right barcodes.   We’re coming close to an end with our "Barcode Types" series! We’ve looked at the differences between 1D and 2D barcodes, wrote in detail about the most commonly used 1D barcodes and now we will dig a little deeper...

Organizing, marketing and selling an event are no easy tasks at all. Luckily there are platforms like Amiando or Eventbrite, which take care of those tasks at low prices. If you sell event tickets using an online event management service like Amiando, your participants simply print their tickets at home and bring them to the event. Gone are the times where you would wait in line at the ticket counter (only...

UPDATE: This post is no longer up-to-date. To read more about the many types of both one-dimensional and two-dimensional barcodes please see our latest guide to choosing the right barcodes. A couple of days ago we’ve introduced you to the basics of different barcode types, remember? It was all about whether you should opt for a 1D barcode or implement QR codes. So if you’ve decided to go for 1D barcodes...

Usually we focus on scanning of barcodes rather than printing barcodes. But being able to scan a barcode presumes that you (or your users eventually) have a barcode to scan. This means that as developer or even brand owner you need to select a barcode type – sometimes also called a barcode symbology – for your purposes. There are a number of questions to address when it comes to barcode...