Top 20 Design Tweeters

So, you got yourself onto Twitter and you've already followed Stephen Fry, as many of your friends as you can think of and both Computer Arts and Computer Arts Projects (although have you followed every single member of the Computer Arts collective? Thought not). Who to add to your own Twitter gang next?

Obviously it should be some of our favourite names from the world of design. We've had a good old look around Twitter and come up with our design top 20, ordered by number of followers. Of course, if you're familiar with Twitter then you'll know that follower count is absolutely no indication of whether someone is worth following, so we've also included a random tweet from everyone in the list so you'll have an idea of the sort of thing that'll start turning up in your feed once you start following them.

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