About QR Memories
When someone we love dies, there is a natural tendency to want to talk about them as much as possible, perhaps to have new pictures put in frames around the house, all in order to help keep their memory alive and with us. Whether our loved one is buried or cremated, a great deal of care is taken over chooisng a fitting memorial for them, whether that be a stone, a bench, a tree, or some other appropriate way to remember. This might not just include words, but also pictures, or other images and logos. All of this makes the memorial relevant, and provides comfort.
QR Memories can now provide a further way to help remember, and at the same time, allow others, perhaps even people who never knew the person, to learn a little more about them, and what they achieved during their life.
QR codes can be placed into stone memorials on graves, or next to a tree or shrub, on a bench, or even a metal plaque. In every case, the code is linked directly to the relevant page on this website, offering the user the opportunity to learn a little more from text, photos and video. A simple scan is all it takes. If a scanner is not available, the presence of the code will confirm that a page on this site exists, and can be viewed later.
When requesting the code, the family will be able to provide QR Memories with information about their loved one and a photo, but then be able to edit that information as and when they see fit by way of a personal Username and Password.
QR Codes are available in stone or in metal, and are very hard wearing. They are small and can be placed so that they are unobtrusive and do not affect the aesthetics of the memorial.
For further information on how to obtain a code, please call 01202 612211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org