Work Integrated Learning.

Good Health Design is a design and research studio based in AUT’s School of Art + Design. Learn more about us and what we do here.

We have several unique opportunities for AUT 3rd year Communication Design students looking for 60 hour Work Integrated Learning experiences (GRAD704) to work on some real world projects in the health and wellbeing space.

If you’re interested in working with our team and being part of design projects that have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of our local communities, please email an application to us at Your application should contain your portfolio, CV, and a short paragraph outlining why you are interested in working with us. Please mention the project you are interested in on your email application.

Current Project Opportunities.

This page outlines just a few of the projects we are seeking students to help out on, but we have many more projects for students who are keen to work with our team.

Museum of Meaningful Moments

The Museum of Meaningful Moments (MMM) is a community wellbeing project that invites people to respond to questions or prompts about their everyday experiences in times of change. The purpose of the Museum is to showcase and celebrate the moments we take for granted in daily life. We want to help show how we all see things in different ways. When viewed as a whole, the collection is a reminder that while our everyday experiences may be unique to us as individuals, our collective experience at any given moment is made up of many different points of view. In this way, the Museum of Meaningful Moments allows us to see what is unique, and what is shared, in our experience of times of change. Learn more about this project at or on social media @museofmeaning

We're looking for a student with an interest in illustration and/or animation, to help us illustrate some audio submissions to our Tell-a-phone booth, which will be archived on our MMM website.

Initiate.Collaborate Marketing Campaign

Good Health Design designed a card game called initiate.collaborate, that brings people together to build successful collaborations—right at the start of a project. You can learn more about it at

We are looking for a few communication design students who are interested in developing a clever and engaging  video about the story and history of how the card game was created. This will be used as promotional material and as the introduction to an accreditation workshop to promote the game.

Past WIL Student Projects

Below are projects by students who have worked with us as part of their Work Integrated Learning.