Jemil's ECHO internship
"Great advice and a great studio atmosphere- win win!"
I'm a product design graduate but after gaining a bit of freelance experience in graphic design I wanted to come to ECHO to learn more about the branding and packaging process.
I was asked to collaborate on a project with Victor, a product design intern. We were asked to dissect an existing brand and use its core values to create a completely different product range and brand concept. Having a strong interest in branding, this particular project was something I really enjoyed.
It's been a great experience and gaining first hand advice from industry professionals in a studio with a nice atmosphere makes it a win-win!
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