Laura's ECHO internship...

By Quackers

"A friendly studio and a great place to learn."

I’m a graphic design graduate interested in branding so I came to ECHO to learn more about product and packaging design for brands. While I was there I helped the team on live projects and was also set a personal project, which allowed me to make the most of their knowledge and advice- I came away with something that looks really great in my portfolio.

The whole experience has been really interesting. It's a friendly studio and a great place to learn. Everyone has been very helpful and really got me involved in what was happening straight away, even kindly letting me dress up in a bin bag on my third day for team bonding. They gave me a lot of responsibility on live work and offered support when needed.


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