41. R/GA (@RGA)
R/GA is a full-service, international digital agency with offices everywhere. But its Twitter account is far more than just a corporate news feed: fun and often frivolous, it's filled with interesting tidbits from the world of design and beyond.
Danish duo Hvass&Hannibal's Twitter account is very on-message, comprising mostly of links to articles where they've been mentioned and images of their latest work. On that note, their latest work's always worth a look.
To be honest, there's a little too much U2 in ace video installation firm Marshmallow Laser Feast's recent Twitterings for our liking. On the other hand, there's plenty of excellent video stuff. Swings and roundabouts.
There's a great mix of content in Freytag Anderson's stream; just the right blend of recent work, office craziness and weird stuff from the internets. What better excuse to link to the image set above, which we love but couldn't justify doing a proper story about?
Feel slightly cosmopolitan by hooking up with Montreal-based Vallée Duhamel's stream: sometimes it's in English and sometimes it's in French. Best of all, it often features great work by the Canadian duo.
If you like lamps, you're going to love Lundgren+Lindqvist's Twitter stream. It's not like all the agency's posts are about lamps or anything like that – that'd be just weird – but there's definitely a higher proportion of lamp-related tweets than you might expect. Luckily we love lamps, and there are plenty of other attractive things in the Instagram-heavy feed as well, so it's all good. Lamps!
Officially the UK's number one design agency for 2016, SomeOne is certainly an important account to follow. The team work on big projects like rebranding the electronics chain Maplin across their 200-plus UK stores, and have a highly enthusiastic and positive Twitter feed.
With a new website waiting in the wings, Twitter and Instagram are currently the only ways to keep up-to-date with Horse – and we strongly recommend that you do. Horse is an independent design studio with only four full-time employees, yet the team picked up design agency of the year at the FAB awards last year.
jones knowles richie is an independent design agency that's worked with some pretty huge brands, including PG Tips, Dominoes and Budweiser. The team's Twitter feed includes news and features from the world of design, and they do a lot of fundraising for different charities too.
Studio Sutherl& (read it aloud and you'll get it) only launched in 2014, but has quickly made a name for itself thanks to its stunning portfolio of work. The studio's Twitter features some great examples of this, and is well worth turning to for graphic design and typography inspiration.
That's it for now! Let us know about other agencies to follow below!