Echo's Digital Noise branding and illustrations for 'no contracts' mobile network giffgaff appear across London buses and press ads.
Echo brings you design trends magazine Radar - Autumn 2015.
Echo have created the brand name and identity for Oné, a brand new super premium Agave spirit.
Echo appointed to design new corporate identity for the children’s services of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
In a brand world where competition and personalisation are driving greater product ranges and variants, the challenge is to own a global range that is united not uniform. And design is your greatest tool.
ECHO's insight breakfast will explore the technology enhanced shopping trip, solutions for a packaging-free world, devices becoming the brand interface and more...
giffgaff brand refresh by ECHO making noise in the mobile industry
ECHO brands new point of sale campaign for Wheyhey to be sold in selected ODEON cinemas nationwide.
Echo has completed the graphic redesign of iconic men’s grooming brand Brylcreem.
If you've been watching tv recently the chances are you've seen the new advert for for Sure's Invisible Black + White variant, designed by ECHO.
In a market where the stick pack deodorant dominates, Unilever identified an opportunity to deliver a performance led aerosol deodorant range that would re-engage with consumers.
Kiss the Moon, a sleep brand specialising in night-time beauty products, has launched its range of 100% natural beauty oils with packaging designed and created by ECHO Brand Design.
For some, shelf-ready packaging is not a priority. But there are others who view it differently, believing SRP works well with pack design. By Simon Creasey, Packaging News.
ECHO's wonderful illustrator James has designed the most recent addition to Joe's range of tasty gourmet teas.
ECHO created the identity and invitations for renowned fashion designer Katie Eary's Spring/Summer '15 show. We attended the show in order to support our latest client on her big day.
The Rexona Fanatics range: for serious fans of football.
In the second half of 2013, Unilever engaged the services of ECHO Brand Design, a UK-based firm, to redesign the packaging for their Degree Women MotionSense product.
In a time of fragmented communication channels, brands are coming under increasing pressure to create product, packaging and service experiences that will inspire consumer loyalty and advocacy.
Last night ECHO attended the Marketing Design Awards at the Hippodrome in Leicester Square. Over 100 marketing experts gathered together to celebrate the best use of design throughout the industry. We were delighted to be highly commended in the Identity category for our work on Joe's Tea Co.
Nick took part in this years' Big Packaging Debate at Packaging Innovations!