Instagram has evolved into a perfect visual platform for agencies, filled with photos of office parties, company outings, and creatives hard at work behind their Macs.

And while there were more than a few pictures of agency pups and craft beers – ouch, we do that too! – Instagram has also become a place where agencies can share behind-the-scenes shots of their latest work and highlight their accomplishments. Let’s learn from the best and check out this top 5 from Hubspot.

1. Huge: @hugeinc

This meticulously curated Instagram from Huge is chock full of high-quality photography, graphic design inspiration, and quirky snaps of daily office antics. A must-follow if you want a glimpse of what life is like at a top agency.

2. Motherlondon: @motherlondon

Mother London, the world’s leading independent creative agency network, has a unique approach to Instagram. Each week, they hand over the reins to a different creative, allowing them to showcase their work and highlight their unique design perspective. The result is a truly inspiring feed that’s sure to inject a little inspiration into your daily life.

3. ustwo: @ustwo

Even though ustwo, a digital product studio, has worked with major brands like Google, Adidas, and Ford, their Instagram presence is surprisingly personal. Take a scroll through their gallery and you’ll find colorful photos of office events, team outings, and even birthdays alongside glimpses of their latest work.

 

4. Wolff Olins: @wolffolins

Wolff Olins‘ Instagram gives followers a glimpse at the agency’s work-hard-play-hard approach to creative strategy, including design inspiration and behind-the-scenes snaps.

 

5. Revenue River: @revenue_river

This Colorado-based marketing agency and HubSpot partner helps its clients use digital assets more effectively. What sets its Instagram apart from the competition is “On the Hot Seat,” a video series featuring a different employee every episode to learn about what they do for the company. Many businesses’ Instagram accounts focus on its people — not many dedicate a talk show to them.

by Anniek Corporaal