ThemakersClub: a club of ideas, feedback, and resources
Bill Gates once quoted "We all need people who will give us feedback. That's how we improve." A simple thought but worth so much value. Feedback plays a crucial role in learning stuff. It can help you learn from your mistakes and grow.
Won’t you agree?
Yeah, whatever. But where do you get them?
The answer is communities. A community of like-minded people.
Wait a minute, I was working on a side project for the last few weeks which is trying to solve the exact same problem. Coincidence?
Introducing themakersclub, a club of ideas, feedback, and resources.
Showcase what you built and get constructive feedback from others. Also, you can give specific feedback like a bug found, UI improvements, feature suggestions, etc to any project.
Start a discussion thread on any topic and invite people to share their thoughts and ideas. It supports markdown too.
A collection of resources shared by members of the makers club. You can find resources based on categories like design, hackathons, podcasts, etc.
Sounds interesting? I wrote about my whole journey of building this project for the hackathon on my blog. Read more on
Till then goodbye.