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Louis Vuitton App Replaces QR Codes With Scannable Images

The luxury brand's new app gives users access to behind-the-scenes information and product details when a campaign image is scanned.

Kristen Nozell
Kristen Nozell on November 14, 2013. @kristen_n

The Louis Vuitton Pass is a new mobile application for iOS and Android that scans complete images rather than the increasingly less popular QR codes. The luxury fashion house released the app in conjunction with a print campaign this month. Scannable images are indicated by a subtle icon, along with a prompt to download the app.

Once scanned, users are given additional ‘behind-the-scenes’ information about the image, product details and a store locator. Using applications with scanning capabilities to provide additional context and information is no new concept, but the brand has incorporated the scannable element into the campaign in a tasteful way, perhaps providing a new standard for scannable campaigns.

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Louis Vuitton Pass

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Image: Louis Vuitton

TOPICS: Advertising, Branding & Marketing, Luxury
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Kristen is a freelance writer currently based in Amman, Jordan, regularly contributing to PSFK. Besides her passion for branding and design, she is an avid traveler and language-learner. Follow her on twitter and instagram: @kristen_n

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