SeeQRs is pronounced "Seekers" which is the name of the people who engage in the new experiences we are creating. They are seeking information or fun in the physical world using QR codes to connect to the virtual world (or the web for text, images or video). More literally, we also help people "see" QR codes by helping people navigate to them.
Look at our site to see our current color scheme: http://seeqrs.com/ (Black, white, gray, and a sporty green right now it is #C9E239, but you can play with a different green)
One interesting thing we did w/ our 1st draft logo (you can see it on the site) is that we made it scannable by QR code readers. I've attached the QR code you could try to incorporate in the logo, but it isn't a requirement. If you do try, QR codes usually allow for some manipulation of the code & they will still work, but I've found having at least a thin boarder (white in this case), helps the scanners find the code.
We'd like the logo to read SeeQRs with an emphasis on the QR. One thing you'll notice with QR codes, is that they have 3 blocks (the two upper corners and the lower left) - this might be something you can play with in the logo.
The logo will be used for the site for sure, but print versions may come handy as well. No need to build in a slogan. Audience is broad, but generally tech-savvy families who "seek" an adventure.