Lili Nazer: Future Makers Awards Finalist

During Europe Code Week 2016, the Future Makers Awards invited youngsters between 10-17 years old to ‘make the future’ and use their coding superpowers to bring about a positive social impact and change in their communities.

We received applications from 13 countries! The projects were judged on their technological & coding complexity, their positive social impact and how innovative they are. After going through all the entries we were delighted to announce the 10 finalists. We will focus in on each of the finalists over the next two weeks, Lili is one of the finalists in the 10-13 year old category which you can read more about below!

IMG_3483Lili Nazer

Lili is 11 years old and from Hungary. She use Aia App inventor with HTML & Javascript to make her app aimed at enabling quality family time by helping families plan their weekly diaries.

Project Name: Daily Take Me

Description: Families can put in their daily routine of each family member so they know who will do what. For example kids can check the App to see who is picking them up from school or taking them to different activities throughout the day. This app enable parents and children to spend more time together and organize their day better.

Video explaining her project:

Congratulations to Lili and all 10 finalists! Their projects are now being considered by our international panel of judges with the overall winner in each age category being announced in March.


Feeling inspired & have your own project idea?

You can register your place for this years Coolest Projects Exhibition 2017. The showcase will be held in Dublin, Ireland on June 17th. The Future Makers Award is just one of several Awards youths can win at the showcase, which will also feature interactive exhibits, games and insightful speakers.

Youths who want to attend the Coolest Projects Exhibition from across Europe and the US can apply for a travel bursary to attend here.


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