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ECHO brand design case study: Joe's Tea Co, How do you create a brand from a teabag?

Joe's Tea Co.

How do you create a brand from a teabag?
Katie Eary

Katie Eary

Getting inside the mind of a modern fashion icon
ECHO brand design case study: Cobra, Unleash the Cobra

Cobra

Unleash the Cobra
ECHO brand design case study: VO5, Express yourself

VO5

Express yourself
ECHO brand design case study: Degree Motionsense for Women, Faster innovation

Degree Motionsense

Faster innovation
ECHO brand design case study: After Eight, Reigniting old passions

After Eight

Reigniting old passions
ECHO brand design case study: Brylcreem, Safely stylish

Brylcreem

Safely stylish
ECHO brand design case study: Carling, Reinventing Britain's biggest beer brand

Carling

Reinventing Britain’s biggest beer brand
ECHO brand design case study: Carling Cider, Getting to the core of Carling

Carling Cider

Getting to the core of Carling
Opinion
Nicky Morgan

Britain's creative industries are renowned world-wide, so why is our education secretary undermining the importance of creative subjects in our school system?

Benjamin Farrell
Opinion, Insight & Innovation

Only 8% of those who make new year's resolutions stick to them, and those who don’t are most likely to abandon them after just one week. At ECHO we believe that success begins and ends before the clock strikes midnight.

Sophie Strang
Insight & Innovation, Inspiration, ECHO Life

After the outcry caused by the 2013 horsemeat scandal in the UK, we asked our intern, Emily, to investigate how you would brand a horse product. We chose frozen burgers, a category popular with consumers looking for great value, high protein and cheery branding. We were careful to avoid a premium provenance-focussed, game-esque brand – that was too easy. 

Evie Monnington Taylor