With this in mind, here’s a round-up of some of the best Instagram accounts to follow.
Humble UX’s channel curates hand drawn UX and UI wireframes (the skeletal framework of a website, without branding or design elements).
Great inspo for when you’re just starting on a project.
Fire Art studio is a graphic design agency specialising in UX and UI. Its Instagram account showcases its best (completed) work, as well as cool and quirky illustrations by its freelance artists.
The respected host of the UX Blog Podcast (which is also well worth a listen) – Nicholas Tenhue’s Instagram focuses more on the wider web design industry, including insight and inspiration on UX strategy.
If you like a quote or two in your Instagram feed, Jessica Robbins is the channel to follow for UX-focused thoughts.
Described as “small moments of big brand experience thinking” – it’s all about the psychology behind creativity.
UX designs shares UX animations and custom interfaces. With full credit given, it’s a great resource to find some of the best designers on Behance and Dribble.
Be Creatives is a digital agency founded by Alex Buononato (whose personal account is also worth a look).
This one is geared around design with an entrepreneurial mind-set – great if you’re looking for business-related posts (and a lot of technology).
Tubik is a design studio that specialises in mobile and web interfaces. It’s an account to follow if you love variation in design – it posts a huge variety of colourful and eye-catching examples.
Another account mostly dedicated to wireframes, freelance designer Jürgen Leckie is well worth following for insight into the early design process.
Zach Lieberman is a creative coder who turns his digital artwork into prints.
His work is mind-bending and highly modern, and a great example of how to master openFrameWorks.
Managed by the Titanic Themes team, this account posts everything from app and video design to sketches and illustrations.
Again, each featured designer is credited, making it a nice gateway for further talent.
Interface lab collates some of the slickest web and app design around. It features some particularly good ecommerce design examples, so well worth a follow if that’s your bag.
Uiuxgifs showcases gorgeous animated GIFs created by a vast pool of talented designers.
There’s no pop culture here, it’s serious animation, but the kind of stuff that’s bound to inspire.