It is every day more common to find QR Codes in Web pages and Blogs, just like the one you can see at the bottom of this post.
If you have a Web page, it’s quite probable you’ve already published one of these codes or will do it sometime. (Read about QR Codes here).
However, because QR Codes are meant to be browsed from a computer (so they can be scanned with a mobile camera from it), there’s a problem when your user sees it directly from his mobile device. He won’t be able to scan its own screen!
To solve this, and to give your users the best possible experience, you can just include a simple link to your QR Codes. When your visitor clicks it, he’ll be able to decode it automatically with his Android device, with the help of QR Droid (free app).
This video shows your user experience after you implement these links: