What tools, platforms and services do you need to innovate from concept to reality? And could your best ideas get you on America's Greatest Makers?
Pioneers such as Billie Whitehouse (WE:EX), Carrie Motamedi (TechShop), Liam Casey (PCH) desribe a movement alongside speakers from Autodesk, Modbot, OnBeep & Shortcut Labs
An expert panel discusses the themes driving the maker movement
Liam Casey, founder of PCH, speaks at the PSFK & PCH Presents the Makers Movement in San Francisco describing the benefits of new prototyping technologies
Kate Drane from Indiegogo, speaking at PSFK & PCH Presents the Makers Movement in San Francisco, describes the holistic benefits that come with crowdfunding and how they increase the success of start-ups.
Carrie Motamedi, Head of Marketing and Company Culture at TechShop, speaks at the PSFK & PCH Presents the Makers Movement in San Francisco about how access to tools and a community of peers is key for success
Billie Whitehouse, Founder of Wearable Experiments, argues collaboration is key for companies and brands to succeed at the PSFK & PCH Presents the Makers Movement in San Francisco
Maker tools are simplifying coding languages or creating ‘good enough’ shortcuts helping creators improve the features and functionality of their products to widen their appeal.
New software tools and interfaces allow makers to connect their products to the Internet and begin experimenting with various types of interactive experiences.