QR TIGER just had a makeover, giving you a fresh and smart new look.
To give you a superior user experience, QR TIGER is reborn with a new website user interface (UI) featuring a more refined display and seamless use of its QR code customization tools.
It’s time to bid goodbye to the old UI and say hello to the QR TIGER new software update.
You’ll find it much easier to create dynamic QR codes with its revamped features and upgraded designs.
Expect a more enjoyable and effortless QR code generation on the website with its new and improved layout.
So, let’s dive into the software’s newly-launched interface. This article will take you on a journey to explore the software’s biggest updates.
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QR TIGER new software update: The website transformation
QR TIGER aims to be an easy-to-use yet professional and reliable QR code generator and provide excellent QR code services to individuals and businesses across different industries.
And as part of this goal, we launched a simple and user-friendly interface so that anyone—even beginners—can create quality QR codes with just a few clicks.
But as we asked customers what we should improve, many suggested redesigning the interface to make it more modern and user-friendly.
Some customers also said the interface looks old, while others complained it is hard to navigate and not user-friendly.
And since we want nothing but the best for our users, we took note of these reviews as we developed our new user interface (UI). Benjamin Claeys—the QR TIGER CEO himself—proves this.
“QR TIGER is a customer-focused company that values its users’ opinions. We created a new user interface in response to their suggestions to better serve their various use cases and requirements,” said the QR code expert.
But before we show you the transformation, let’s take a look back at the old QR TIGER interface.