Meet our Magnificent Makers
Little Inventors wants children to open their eyes to the world of invention and creativity. But beyond the invention drawings, there is a unique opportunity for children and makers, designers and artists to come together and collaborate to bring children’s imagination to life.
By taking children’s ideas seriously and presenting them in a professional manner through collaboration with skilled makers, we will help showcase children’s original ideas, perspectives and voices.
We also want to challenge the skills and experience of adult makers, and encourage them to push beyond their own limits by engaging with the highly imaginative and unhindered minds of young children.Do you make things?
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Download our maker's resource pack full of helpful tips and hints for selecting, creating and documenting your making process.
I am ObaniJesu, I am 5 years old, I like to invent things to can make life easy for people without them having to pay so much for it. I want to invent things for needy children so that they can go back to school. I have made lamp, spaceship, football stadium. My inventions are still very basic though..
Hi! I manage Fab Lab Blackburn at The Making Rooms where we develop products and help people learn new technologies.
My background is in Computer Science and Educational Electronics, and helped develop CodeBug for teaching anyone how to code. I have been involved in maker spaces for the past decade.
Hello! I am a product designer and Fab Lab technician. I make home and gift ware at my product design company, Julia Jacob Designs, where I use both traditional craft and modern design. As a Fab Lab technician I am involved with 3D printing, pottery, laser cutting, vinyl cutting, screen printing, sketching, and moulding and casting.
Access Space is an arts and education charity with a maker space called Refab Space (which we opened in 2012). We're based in central Sheffield, close to the rail and bus stations.
People interested in art, design, computers, recycling, music, electronics, photography and more, meet like-minded people, share and develop skills and work on creative, enterprising and technical projects. The makers for this challenge are John Moseley, Toni Buckby, Gareth Coleman, Jake Harries and Martyn Eggelton.
A club for not-yet-grownups to learn how to hack, make & code. We love collaboration, physical computing & making awesome things with pixels. - A couple of special mentions:
I am an artist working with textiles and interactive media. I run workshops on digital fabrication at Access Space (Sheffield) and spend most of my time attempting to get impractical ideas to function.
I Like a computers, anime and causes that are important to me.
Design everything from a kids frisbee to a house
Over 35 years in the design industry.
Can draw by hand or CAD
university instructor and Technician for all practical workshops, specialising in 3d mould making, ceramics and Laser cutters.
Working with Hack-make-code base in Carlisle.
First and foremost DoES Liverpool is a community of people with a diverse range of skills and interests. By being part of the DoES community you get to mingle with entrepreneurs and company founders, artists and makers, developers and hardware engineers, academics and students (and many people that are less easy to label).
DoES is also a co-working space located in the heart of Liverpool. Desks are available to rent by the month or by the day. The DoES workshop is well equipped with a range of electronics equipment, 3d printers, vacuum former, CNC mill and laser cutters.