At its core, Kickstarter is a storytelling platform. Creators use project pages to tell a story about what they are making in order to inspire people to support their project. Once funded, the story unfolds through updates that allow backers to follow along as prototypes evolve into manufactured products. Most successful creators, even embrace storytelling to build community before launching a campaign.
So we’ve invite our good friend Julio Terra, Head of Design & Technology Communities at Kickstarter to have another Kickstarter Workshop on March 29 (Thur.) , titling "Crafting the Story for Your Product on Kickstarter”.
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This workshop will help makers, engineers, entrepreneurs and designers develop stories that bring their products to life on Kickstarter.
During the first 60 minutes we’ll look at example projects for inspiration, and explore tools, strategies and best practices. This will be followed by 20 minutes of Q&A, so come prepared with your questions.
Head of Design & Technology Communities
At Kickstarter, Julio Terra runs the team responsible for working closely with creators from the Design and Technology communities. They help creators understand what it takes to plan, develop and run campaigns to bring projects and products to life. Before Kickstarter he worked as a producer of interactive installations at the LAB at Rockwell Group, he spent a few years exploring creative applications of hardware technology at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, and he survived a 9-year career in the digital advertising world.
Workshop Details Time: 19:30-21:00, March 29 (Thursday) Place: x.factory, B608, Design Commune, Vanke Cloud City, Dashi 2nd Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
How to Sign Up:
If you are planing to bring your project to life through a Kickstarter campaign, then come join us on March 29 to grab the secret recipe of a successful campaign.