Amanda is 19. She is a student at FSU. She came up with the idea, designed and built the template for the Social Teller.
Trenton (A.K.A. Cookie Monster) is 16. He is a senior at Flagler Palm Coast High School. He designed and manages this website.
Ivana is 15. She is a sophomore at Flagler Palm Coast High School. She drafted, revised, and finalized the text on this website.
Monica is 17. She is a senior at Matanzas High School. She taught everyone how to build and use the Social Teller.
Kaitlin is 12. She goes to Indian Trails Middle School. She came up with the idea for the Social Teller and optimized our videos!
Michael (A.K.A. “Hacker”) is 16. He is a senior at Flagler Palm Coast High School. He helped with the website design and layout.
Katelyn is 17. She is a senior at Flagler Palm Coast High School. She helped build the Social Teller template.
Alex is a student at Stetson University. He helped finalize coding and other items on the website.
Social Teller is an origami prop to facilitate IRL, in real life, social engagement at social media community gatherings such as Tweetups, Facebook meet-ups, and for global social events like the famous Mashable Social Media Day.
Social Teller can be used as an ice breaker to initiate conversations and learn more about one another. It is a surefire way to captivate the attention of event attendees and display the message of social media.
We have a ready-made template for you. Click Here to download.
You’re going to love using the Social Teller in your special event.
The Social Teller can be used as an ice-breaker at all kinds of social events.
We have a ready-made template for you to download, print, cut, fold, and play.