AUXILIARY is an award-winning educational agency.
We connect young Industrial Designers with real clients and manage them on real projects resulting in real commercial outcomes. We teach Industrial Design foundations to designers, enthusiasts and creatives from all disciplines. We introduce Industrial Design principles to high school students so that they are better informed to choose their course of study. We engage the creative community at large with design workshops, masterclasses and social events.
Our mandate is to holistically improve design education, uplift the perception and commercial value of Industrial Design, and bridge the gap between education and industry.
Announcing AUXILIARY X BCF
Oct 2017 – Mar 2018
Real client, real project, real outcomes.
AUXILIARY X enables emerging designers and creative professionals to experience the role of Industrial Designer for 17 weeks. Learn supplementary, sought-after knowledge and skills from experienced practitioners. Tackle a real design brief to meet strategic objectives of industry client BCF. Develop, prototype and pitch a product to industry standards for potential mass production. Exhibit your work and enter design awards to engage with industry and promote young Australian design excellence.
Applications close: 20 Oct
$7500 AUD + GST (all inlcusive)
Start your professional design career now.
We offer immersive, exciting and fast-paced skill building Industrial Design programs. Read more below to find out which one is right for you.
For: High school students
Duration: 1 week
4 hours per day
Cost: $1500 + GST
Are you a high school student? Check out AUXILIARY ONE. It gives you a taste of what being an Industrial Designer is like. Over the course of 1 short week you will be introduced to all the important elements of Industrial Design from design history all the way through to a mini design project.
For: Designers, creatives & enthusiasts
Duration: 6 weeks
2 nights per week
Cost: $4500 + GST
Are you a student of Industrial Design or an experienced designer from another discipline? AUXILIARY PLUS is for you. It adds to your design knowledge and polishes your skills for a perfect portfolio. Enhance your foundations of sketching, lo-fi prototyping and CAD over the course of 6 immersive and engaging weeks.
For: Industrial Design students & graduates
Duration: 17 weeks
2 nights per week
Cost: $7500 + GST
Are you graduating soon or emerging as a designer? AUXILIARY X will let you shine with a real client, a real project and a real outcome. Learn all the latest tactical, practical and strategic skills as four practicing professionals guide you through a true consultancy experience.
ACTIVE - APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
After 15 years serving in the consultancy battlefield Neil has shifted campaigns to explore new opportunities in design and business. In 2014, Neil founded Clandestine Design Group, took over the Design Manager role for Innovan Caravans and Campers, and enjoys inspiring and challenging the next generation of product design graduates with AUXILIARY.
A global upbringing and over a decade of international industrial design experience has given Leon the ability to work with some of the best design talent and most influential companies in the world. Balancing consulting work with education allows him to provide a relevant perspective in both arenas; and AUXILIARY is the ultimate expression of this goal.
With seven years of experience as a practising designer, design educator and design advocate, Carolyn brings to the AUXILIARY team the ability to walk the talk. Her knowledge of managing the design development and manufacture of products stems from employment at multidisciplinary firms and industrial design consultancies.
Bringing a decade of practical design experience Leo works out of his West End warehouse come studio designing, prototyping, producing and commercialising varying creations. He is a Director of Heluva Design Studios and Ellaspede custom motorcycles and throughout his career he has identified a passion for knowledge transfer. Leo thrives on the cultivation of new ideas and connecting designers with public and industry.