EARLY COURSES (JANUARY 17 - MARCH 17, 2012) - courses now closed
UPDATED!how to present yourself in a creative world. this course examines different approaches to make sure you and your work are brought to the attention of the people that 'matter' to you.
NEW! don’t blink or you’ll miss it! in this course we’ll look at temporary structures, from living quarters and exhibition stands to container stores and market stalls.
MID COURSES (MAY17 - JULY17, 2012) - courses now closed
UPDATED! make graphic design work for you. with this course you’ll enhance your understanding of the basics and learn more about current and emerging
developments within the field.
NEW! we’ll look at the seamless way in which design and consumer culture cross paths, with a focus on; shop design, packaging, carts, carriers, online shopping and markets.
LATE COURSES (SEPTEMBER 19 - NOVEMBER 19, 2012)
UPDATED! beyond a writing surface, paper can be used for so much more. furniture, lighting, packaging - from the planning stages to finished works, we will explore the infinite possibilities of this material.
NEW! learn the fundamentals of visual communication and how to apply them to the multimedia platforms of today. better understand basics of web-design, apps, motion graphics and more. (please contact us if you had already purchased the 2012 food course)
grégoire, 23, france
after two years in an engineering school, I started to work in my own studio, making wood furniture. I'm looking to meet other designers from around the world and get some views on my work...
sally, 45, australia
I trained as a textile designer - screen printing, knitting and weaving. I have done some freelance work in fashion, and am always working away on my own stuff...
sean, 21, thailand
I currently work as a graphic designer but want to learn a bit more about industrial design before I consider going back to university to study it...
yasumasa, 25, UK
I’m an office worker who wants to gain a better understanding of industrial design. I’ve used design-aerobics this last year to build up my portfolio so feel more confident seeking work as a designer.
gustavo, 18, germany
being in high school I want to be more aware of design so that as I progress later into the world of business I will be able to know what makes a a product really great...