We know a lot of time is put into organizing, planning and running a Maker Party event. Which is why we want to make sure that once your event is completed it is documented and sharable so we can celebrate your success with you!
There are many different ways to give the community a deeper look at your event, and one of the best ways to share with the world what you did is the recently launched Event Reporter template. Thanks to super-maker Kat Braybrooke you can now share videos, summaries, pictures, slides and your agenda all in one place with one link! Simply open the Event Reporter, hit the “remix” button at the top right-hand corner and fill in your event information. We’ve also included a helpful tutorial that is accessible within the report so you can have a bit of help getting started. Customize it however you want and then use the link to share it with the world!
Get inspired with these completed Event Reports from recent Maker Party events:
- Computers for Kids Maker Party
- Maker Party at Spectrum Academy
- San Francisco Maker Party Launch
- Womoz Warangal’ 14 India
The Event Report is now also available in Spanish: Informe Del Evento Maker Party .
In addition to the Event Reporter you can also share what happened at your event on the events platform within your event page! You can now add links to your pictures and makes after your event.
However you choose to share your story with the community we want to hear about it! So don’t forget to use the hashtag #MakerParty and to share your creations with us on Facebook and Twitter. For even more ways to share after your event check-out the post-event resources on the Maker Party resource page. We can’t wait to hear (and see) what you do at your events!