We see you there, with your egg avatar. We see you overusing the hashtags and navigating your way around @ symbols and "trends". Welcome to the Twitterverse.
As passionate ad folks, content creators and all-round social fiends, we wanted to use our industry prowess to put together a list of 10 people and brands that would give you a well-rounded twitterverse around the pillars of advertising, design, copywriting, inspiration and of course general humour (we all need a laugh and a few puns here and there).
Let's start with the basics, Ad Age is our fave source of international advertising news. The good, bad, ugly and the phenomenal. Nuff said.
Creativity Top 5: The Best Brand Ideas of the Week http://t.co/TvxofAABK5— Ad Age (@adage) March 4, 2015
Are you an art director, designer, finished artist, or just savvy with the Adobe Suite? Well, imagine if your InDesign software could talk back to you. The Real InDesign is one you have to follow. The tweet below had us in stitches. They certainly deserve more followers than this.
A regular and reliable source of creative inspiration and content, The Loop Oz primarily shares design, typography and illustrative work. Plus jobs, in case you're looking.
In any profession, you need relief from the mundane, which leads us to our next one. Buzzfeed Australia provides amusement with an Aussie twist that just takes the hump day out of any day.
Aussie skewed news relating to connections, technology, social and content. A barebones necessity.
These are Apple's new, diverse emoji we've been waiting for http://t.co/J8kvTHCfBr— Mashable Australia (@mashableAU) February 23, 2015
Brilliant source of up-to-the-minute breaking (fake) advertising and marketing headlines to keep you entertained all day and through the night whilst you work on those pitches.
BREAKING: Agency SEO Guy Honestly Thinks He's Outsmarted Google— Adweak (@adweak) February 27, 2015
Strangers fake an orgasm in Four Seasons Condoms' new video campaign via Emotive http://t.co/66ijOwEhiS— Campaign Brief (@campaignbrief) March 5, 2015
Keep in touch by following the industry's most renowned awards.
A web and digital design showcase all in one little feed.
Take a look at today's most popular sites → http://t.co/TYlPWEoAl3— siteInspire (@siteinspire) March 4, 2015
Infamous for their Tumblr page, This Advertising Life is a classic one to wrap up the top 10. Mostly visual interpretations of hilarious scenarios that can only come from real experience in the ad industry.
when we're told to bring pen and paper only to a concepting session http://t.co/1OsGK1HEoR— ThisAdvertisingLife (@This_Ad_Life) January 29, 2015
Have any suggestions for the next round? Send them through!