Tiny Factories is a tribe of people supporting each other to establish their creative footing
We are a tribe of creatives, consisting of indiepreneurs, coders, artists, designers, musicians, videographers, writers, animators (and more) supporting each other in establishing both creative autonomy and financial stability.
It’s a paid and private online treehouse where we have bonfire-like conversations about creative expression while giving feedback to each other's projects.
Get creative feedback from makers across the world
From seeking advice on launching a successful Kickstarter campaign, debugging tricky codes, to uncovering cool fonts — we are committed to helping each other out.
You can upload early work-in-progress stuff to receive feedback from peer members across the globe, from Amsterdam, London, New York, New Zealand, Taipei, Tokyo.
We also have a recurring online session where we meet the other members and share our progress, do live prototype testing and many more.
Online sessions to share work in progress on MakeSpace
Finding your creativing footing doesn't need to be a solo journey.
We started this group after realising that it's really difficult to get creative feedback on your side projects after graduating from design schools.
Our mission is to create a cozy, safe, and inspiring online space where emerging creators can help each other find creative footing, and successfully ship their projects out in the world.
Meeting up in Figma to reflect on our journey as a maker
Camp together for a month to ship a product.
We occasionally host makeathon style camps where we meet in some parts of the world and make something together. We ran a few of these camps in San Francisco and Taipei, which was lots of fun.
However with COVID19, we are putting that on a pause for now. Hopefully we can start this again in late 2021 or 2022; maybe somewhere in Tokyo?
Our first camp in San Francisco