If you are a person in a family that likes to push limits and learn new things together, then you should consider creating next level projects for your family to enjoy. Especially with the onset of some of the latest types and styles of technology, there are more possibilities than ever for you and your family to keep yourself entertained while also producing something interesting.
Take a couple of examples to get your mind working. Maybe you want to do some screen printing with your family. Collectively, perhaps you could all learn something about website development. As a family, you could try YouTube presentations to learn the technology surrounding map platform. Or, you can all learn to use collaborative apps so that your phones are all connected in ways that make sense for creative projects.
We all envy the family that shows up to an event together all wearing the same style of branded T-shirt, particularly if it’s customized. If you want to aim your family to be in that target, consider setting up a screen printing project for yourself. You can either make the design and send it off to a screen printer, or potentially even do the printing yourself depending on how motivated you feel.
Developing a website isn’t that hard these days. You just need a little bit of energy behind it and the desire to learn. If you want, you can set up a website for your family where everyone has an opportunity to express themselves, but they also learn how web frameworks get put together and published. This does not have to be a moneymaking thing! It can just be a way for everyone to learn basic HTML, CSS, or WordPress development.
Starting YouTube channel has never been easier either. Especially if all of your family members already have smartphones, you can start taking short videos and then learn how to stitch them together as a family to present some combined video. Again, this is less about having professional output than it is about everyone learning how some of the latest pieces of technology work together, particularly in social platforms.
There are lots of collaborative apps that you can install in your cell phones these days as well. For example, there are many different whiteboard programs where everyone can see what other people are adding in real-time. As a family, not only can this be creative, but it can also add to the efficiency of everyday activities as well. For example, everyone could draw on a virtual whiteboard to say where they want to go for vacation or even what should be on the next grocery list.