How to Use NowQR, QR Codes & ScanLogos


Best uses for QR Codes with ScanLogos

Do it yourself professional QRcode Scan Logos... BMP QR Codes, templates & webpages

At NowQR, we take the qr code very seriously.  We've added a ScanLogo around the qr code and the user now can understand what they are about to scan; what action is going to take place when the qr ScanLogo code is scanned; what information is going to be conveyed at the mobile website.  

At NowQR, our crossover application allows users to make mobile webpages from a choice of 8 templates.  Our mobile website templates are built for ease of smartphone use; to inform, to contact, to map, to call, to email, to advertise, to order, to buy, to see, to show off your new mobile website. Members can upload images, link youtube videos, websites, product information, advertisements, menus, phone numbers, contact information... most anything that can be accessed by smartphone.  We've added icons for direct phone calls, direct email and direct mapping too.  Making the ScanLogo is fun, easy and most of all inexpensive... it connects your product to everyone that has a smartphone and because of the ScanLogo, everyone now knows where that "blind qr code" really goes.

NowQR's QR app is the only "Do it yourself" DIY app / website creating QR ScanLogos.  Our app also makes LabelSmart, SmartLabel™ & InfoLabels for product transparency; NowQR has both 'call to action' website templates and nutritional content templates for food, medicine, pet and safety product information.    

DIY COPY and EDIT capable! 

The ScanLogo is a copyrighted symbol; each user member will be granted a license for creating our ScanLogos.  The license brings safety to our ScanLogos to both our members and their users.  We give you access to our 'cloud dashboard' with the full capability of copy, editing, downloading, printing, renewing and paying via Paypal or credit card, all QR ScanLogos.  NowQR offers easy to make mobile webpages; edit, copy, change images, add keywords, even change url destination is possible in our dashboard. the webpage. We offer a free two month trial,  a two month discount when purchasing for one year, and you learn how to make QR CODES, generate QR ScanLogos and create a mobile action webpage. Whether creating one or hundreds of  QR ScanLogos, all associated mobile information webpages are easily edited, transformed and updated!

Remember, all users must sign up for using the ScanLogo license with free use of our website.
Currently, all ios, android scanner or any qr scanner is good, but we will be coming up with our own qr scanner soon...
Look for it under ScanLogos QR Scanner.

NowQr has created the first crossover application to make qr code visually useful.
NowQR has developed three cool tools in one fun & easy process that you will find useful  .
1) Generate FREE QR Code inserted into a ScanLogo
2) Create a CHANGEABLE mobile webpage automatically dedicated to your DIY created QR ScanLogo
3) Download & print the exciting useful ScanLogo to use on TV, labels and all print advertising material.

See a logo, scan it up... ALL DAY LONG YOU'LL HAVE GOOD LUCK!
Scan into Action with NowQR!

ABOUT USDA and Product Labeling

The USDA provide leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, rural development, nutrition, and related issues based on public policy, the best available science, and effective management.

The USDA has a vision to provide economic opportunity through innovation, helping rural America to thrive; to promote agriculture production that better nourishes Americans while also helping feed others throughout the world; and to preserve our Nation's natural resources through conservation, restored forests, improved watersheds, and healthy private working lands.

Our strategic plan serves as a roadmap for the Department to help ensure we achieve our mission and implement our vision.

USDA's Strategic Plan for FY 2014-2018 (PDF, 2MB)

Who We Are

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is made up of 29 agencies and offices with nearly 100,000 employees who serve the American people at more than 4,500 locations across the country and abroad.

Agencies and Offices
Mission Areas
Organization Chart (PDF, 138KB)

How We Work

Our weekly reviews highlight the importance of our mission and the work we do which touches the lives of Americans, every day. The core values described in our strategic plan provide our workforce with direction and goals along with milestones that we use to measure our progress, and help to guide decisions about our budget, programs and services.

Programs and Services
Performance and Accountability

Our History

On May 15, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed legislation to establish the United States Department of Agriculture and two and a half years later in his final message to Congress, Lincoln called USDA "The People's Department." Through our work on food, agriculture, economic development, science, natural resource conservation and other issues, USDA has impacted the lives of generations of Americans.

USDA 150 Years
Former Secretaries
President Lincoln's Agricultural Legacy
History of American Agriculture 1776-1999 (PDF, 188KB)