Sure. You can type:
<= You don't need the "."
If you need to do this often enough, you can do any of:
a) edit your .bashrc file and include value/ADK/build in your $PATH
<= that way, you can just type "make.sh"
b) Create an alias for "make.sh" (for example, "mk")
and, of course,
c) You can always create a desktop shortcut (if you use a GUI)
If you do any of this, you should definitely modify "make.sh" to "cd" into the correct directory before it tries to build anything.