The Unpaid Intern is the graduation project of Julius Ingemann Breitenstein.
The Unpaid Intern turns generative algorithms into tools in order to enhance the design process. And how, you may ask? By taking a form, creating countless variations on that form and facilitating the iterations of that design in order to allow its user to fine-tune his project. One hell of an aid, that can offer a broader and more interesting ideation opening the designer's eyes to new paths and possibilities that he might have never considered. The Unpaid Intern also allows better communication between designer and client, as it helps both parties visualise future design directions. One must stress that, beyond its tongue-in-cheek title, The Unpaid Intern's aim is definitely not to replace designers – we know what you're thinking – but to enable them.