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49 design agencies to follow on Twitter

11. Stink Studios

Follow Stink Studios for cutting-edge industry insights and inspiration

Follow Stink Studios for cutting-edge industry insights and inspiration (Image credit: Stink Studios)

With offices in London, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Shanghai and Berlin, Stink Studios is an award-winning production agency and creative studio that's home to over 100 full-time developers, animators, designers, digital producers, film producers and directors. We give them top geek points for holding a wide-ranging Twitter debate in binary.

12. Tool of North America

Tool has been "convincing people to buy things they don't really need to buy since 95", as this integrated product company proclaims on its homepage. It's this sort of tongue-in-cheek honesty that makes the broadcast and digital agency a must-follow.

13. Reading Room

Follow Reading Room for up-to-date industry chat

Follow Reading Room for up-to-date industry chat (Image credit: Reading Rooms)

Reading Room started with a staff of two from a flat in north London in 1997. Its now providing digital communications to clients around the world with a staff of more than 180 working from the UK, Australia and Singapore. Actively engaged with the design community, its Twitter feed is a must-read for anyone keen to keep up with the latest industry hot topics.

14. UNIT9

UNIT9 is a multi-disciplinary production company working across mobile, physical installations and the web in London, Stockholm, Florence and San Francisco. The agency makes good use of its Twitter account, making you feel part of every debate, development and activity it gets involved in.

15. Huge

The Twitter feed of the, er, huge global agency Huge is a great resource for design-related posts. Not ones to be selfish, the team regularly support and share their fellow designers' work and news. They've also mastered the art of using 140 characters to attract attention too. Killer tomatoes? Come on, who wouldn't want to read about that?

16. Pentagram Design

For anything design related – announcements, recent news, new work, interviews and so on – this is the feed to follow. One of the world's leading multi-disciplinary design firms, Pentagram continues its great work on Twitter with continuous updates providing informative and inspiring creative content.

17. Mother London

The Mother crew have taken a novel approach to their Twitter feed

The Mother crew have taken a novel approach to their Twitter feed (Image credit: Mother London)

Want something a bit different? Then check out the Twitter feed from creative agency Mother London. Instead of using it in the normal, self-promoting way, these guys decided to open it up to one and all and every week allow a different person to control the 'Tweet seat'. There's no agenda and anything goes, so follow to find out!

18. The Neighbourhood

There's a friendly, personal and chatty Twitter feed from the guys at The Neighbourhood. As well as occasionally plugging work, the team also regularly engage in conversation with their followers, and fully support other designers and creative agencies.

19. Big Spaceship

The Twitter feed of digital creative agency Big Spaceship is very matter-of-fact but, at the same time, it's an absolutely brilliant resource for all things design. Whether it be web design, user experience, strategy or just pure inspiration – there's a tweet here for everyone. If you don't already, you should follow them immediately.

20. Studio Output

For a regular dose of creative content, check out the Twitter feed from the guys at Studio Output. The personal, friendly tweets share interesting finds, images, informative posts as well as just saying hello. We really like the way the guys sign off some of their individual tweets too, a lovely personal touch.

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