Awesome Instagram Account you should follow in 2020

In this article, I am going to share some Instagram Account that teach you everything about Instagram growth.

At this time Instagram is like a daily news and very much active learning platform. And people are working and giving their time on this platform and also get the opportunities that they can get with this platform whit there Instagram Account.

Have you noticed that Instagram is a favorite social media platform for the newbies and also for professionals? So this is the main reason is having so many Instagram Account.

Instagram is a platform where we can make a brand and community by attracting from the visual.

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In this blog, you will see so many accounts that everyone has their different talent and different things to offer. So I recommend you to go through everyone’s profile, at least once!

Christos NikasChris DoPitch Proof
JuJu BrandingThe Jeremy MuraUi Helen
Ismail El AziziSun YiWe Just Click
Ui Ux CreativeDesignetriThe Branding Harry
Mike vdijsselMarketing HarrySehban Ali Akbar
Creator SparkGent HuruglicaMeans Design
Md Designs 43Vishal Joseph RoyThe Heen Sheikh

1. Christos Nikas

The Christos Nikas from Greece, He has 20+ Years of Experience in Design & Education. He is teaching creatives since 2004, he started his field to saw Chris Do’s educational carousels, he knows that he is made for this.

He offers you great and professional tips & tricks for Instagram & Business growth. Also he achieves Three 6-figure businesses and on his way to complete my IG goal. 500-100K in one year.

He want people to embrace the human side of social media. Build their tribes / communities and start giving more. Helping more. Impacting more.

He said that there are two main reasons to follow him.
1. The helping content
2. The supportive community around him.

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LIKES ARE AWESOME. I know people who brag about the "high quality" of their comments, deleting the single words and emojis ones. (omg what a waste of human brain) I know people taking pride about their engagement rates. Bragging about how many saves their posts get. Or how well they did in the explore page. Or even about how fast they get likes after posting. How cool their precious grid looks and how beautiful their stories are. How much money they got with 120 followers. ( Who gives a fuck?) THERE ARE NO VANITY METRICS. THERE ARE JUST PEOPLE BRAGGING. PEOPLE SHOWING OFF. Every fucking metric and piece of information here, is a tool, designed to help us understand our audience and our own account. We are either going to use them as the tools they are or as trophies. Likes are awesome!!! Followers are awesome!!! Shares and saves and comments and reach are awesome. They are awesome cause they help me serve you and my business better. They are awesome cause they are real. They are awesome cause they are your way of telling me things about my content, helping me get better. I love them because they come from all of you. So, let people keep bragging about whatever the fuck they want, but don't let this distruct you from the importance of your metrics. Study them. Understand what they mean and what your audience is trying to tell you. Use them to build. Not as trophies to show off. Am I too harsh on this one? 😁 ___________ People claiming that likes and followers are just vanity metrics are usualy those who can't earn them. How about working harder kids?

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2. The Chris Do

Chris DO is Emmy award-winning designer, director, CEO and Chief Strategist of Blind and the founder of The Futur—an online education platform with the mission of teaching 1 billion people how to make a living doing what they love.

Chris Do have various coerces that have great knowledge about Branding, Designing, Business Growth and more…

3. Pitchproof

Ryan Hayward from Melbourne- Australia. He provides various ways of leveling up as a designer. Ryan had enter design contests, turned that into a career at 14. He is featured by Adobe and many others!

He said that people should follow me if they want to succeed as a designer in a fast-moving creative landscape.

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👋 Hey friends! So I've realised I have never actually introduced myself properly to you. Even though the majority of you probably already know who I am as you see me smiling at the bottom left corner of every post… I thought it would be worthy to give a long-overdue introduction.⁠ ⁠ So where do I begin? Well, I'm mostly known as the "guy behind Pitchproof". I'm our CEO & Founder, as well as the one who operates our Instagram. Each post, comment & DM is crafted by me!⁠ ⁠ Before Pitchproof, I worked as a freelance graphic designer crafting identities for internet startups, globally. I tend to still do some freelance work from time to time, but as you could imagine Pitchproof has well & truly taken over my life this year.⁠ ⁠ My career origin story started with a crappy laptop that had a broken keyboard & mouse. All I had was an outdated version of Photoshop & access to the internet, and that ultimately gave me everything I needed to start.⁠ ⁠ 1. Did I go to design school? NOPE. ⁠ ⁠ 2. How long have you been a designer for? 4 Years.⁠ ⁠ 3. What are your other hobbies? Videography & being active! 📽⁠ ⁠ 4. What sports do you play? As deceptive as the photo of me is, I'm actually a tennis enthusiast!⁠ ⁠ 5. Country? Australia! ('Straya) 🇦🦘⁠ ⁠ Anyway, I hope that this post has given you a bit more of an insight about me! You can find more of my content on my personal account, @theryanhayward too! 👈⁠ ⁠ Thank you for joining me on this amazing journey. So much is around the corner!!⁠ ⁠ Your friend,⁠ Ryan. ❤️️⁠ ⁠ #usepitchproof⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #designtips #designthinking #agencylife #freelancelife #freelancertips #freelancedesign #bizofdesign #freelancer #designjobs #designteam #creativeagency #designeducation #freelance⁠ #typography #sellingdesign #designvalue #valueofdesign⁠⁠ #designbooks⁠ #thefutur #branding #entrepreneur⁠

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4. Juju.branding

Julian Rotondo, from Montreal, Canada. Julian started doing odd jobs for local clubs and then slowly transitioned into surreal imaging. From there he found a love for helping people bridge the gap between consumer and business using design.

Juju.branding page is mostly on branding and helping designers that are transitioning to freelance full-time.

Julian want to help inspire other designers that felt the same way he did when making the decision to go freelance full-time. It’s not an easy thing to do, and sometimes it can be quite daunting. On the other side of the coin, he want to help business owners express their businesses personality and help them connect with their ideal audiences as well as stand out from their competitors.

This is a great profile for branding.

5. The Jeremy Mura

He is Jeremy, brand identity designer and content creator from Sydney, Australia.

Jeremy has been in the design industry for over 7 years now working for both small and big brands worldwide. He helps graphic designers, freelancers, and students increase their revenue and transition to a full-time biz.

I like his style & designing skills also living of life is very pretty, I personally recommended to check his profile.

6. ui.helen

Helen Domina from Ukraine with 5+ years of experience. She transitioned from Graphic design.

She help people get clients on Upwork through her Upwork course and give tips on how to transition to freelance, her personal experience with clients and design tips.

Helen’s achievement is when she helped someone get a job after having a consultation with her. People who follow her see failures and how she got & what she has now, She didn’t shy to talk about difficult client situations, freelance scams and genuinely want to help others

7. Ismail_elazizi

Ismail El Azizi from Morocco having 4 years of great experience in website/ app and design.

He started as a hobby when he was in university trying to be a software engineering, he fell in love with design, he spent huge time learning and practicing then he got a job, right know he is an engineer and designer.

Ismail teaches people to design the easiest way, Learning design by yourself is a hard thing to do, too many sources, tools, things to learn, all he tried to do is to make the learning journey less difficult and enjoyable.

People thank him everyday, hearing it is the best achievement by him. He always believe that he is not the first reason people to follow, the content he put is the first one, check the contents, if they like they send him “hi”, He want friends not followers.

8. Sun.Yi

Sun Yi  live in NYC, but born in Korea, grew up in LA.

He has been doing this for about 20 years 😁 He had his agency for 10 years.

Sun Yi learned how to make websites with notepad as a hobby when he was 19, then he ended up getting a job in agency using some of the website he made for friends. Then he really learned how to design there.

He teach people how to build their personal brands, mainly through storytelling. His agency has won over a dozen awards for their client websites. He was a member of Forbes Councils and was featured in Yahoo News, USA Today, and ABC (He want to mention that he learned not to care about recognition too much because it builds ego, which he is against)

Many people don’t want to be deceiving or manipulative when marketing their personal brand. He want to inspire people to tell authentic stories to build their brand, so they don’t feel disingenuous when they sell themselves.

9. We Just Click

Wassim Bekhazi a great human being and a very kind person from Lebanon having 18 years of industry experience.

Wassim offers all graphic and web design services including instagram posts amd carousels ( websites, logos, brochures, branding …)

He had an old flash site that took 2 online awards ( when flash animations were alive of course). He hopes his simple designs and tutorials will help them out.

10. Ui Ux Creative

Ruben Cespedes from Dominican Republic but I live in the US having about 15 years of experience designing solutions. He is an expert in visual design, UX, front-end coding, product design, and SEO.

He started designing back in 2003, designing wasn’t his thing, He really wanted to become a doctor but due to life circumstances, He ended up being a designer and He don’t regret it.

Here is the full article on Medium about Ruben: https://medium.com/uxperts/how-a-doctor-wannabe-became-a-ui-ux-designer-c8db9fafdc55

He provides Knowledge, tutorials, tips & tricks, design solutions, digital products, mentoring programs, and one of his favorite well-designed memes about design.

His achievements are, He had the joy and opportunity of working with large renowned companies throughout his career as a designer, some of these companies were: Volvo Trucks, Crayola, Bic, Showtime, Hugo Boss, Coach; just to name a few.

He has been interviewed by Google for a UX Lead Designer position recently, (still in the process).

Multiple design awards from:
GD Magazine (6 awards)
Addys (4 awards)
American Advertising Awards (2 awards)

He has been featured on UX Matters and Medium – UX Collective Blogs

Well, he brings his own unique style to the table, he really wants to help young designers to do their best, He likes to teach, learn, and have fun while doing it. He really think sharing your knowledge and experiences can have a positive impact in other people’s lives.

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11. Designetri (Shreya)

Designetri (Shreya) from Delhi India having 2.5 years experience.

She was passionate about drawing and doodling in school days, After schooling, she decided to make her career around her passion. She offers design tips and tutorials with some social media growth tips & tricks.

She is a Adobe certified in Illustrator and Photoshop, Got national award for Illustration competition held by Sankalp. She would like to tell people do what you love to do. Focus on fulfilling soul not just needs.

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12. The Branding Harry

Harry Needham from U.K. Having about 1.5 years of experience in marketing/social media.

He created my first Instagram page (infinity setup) grew it to 30k then used it as leverage to secure my first social media marketing and design clients. Harry offers Content creation, paid ads, management, and coaching services.

His biggest achievement is being able to impact over 60k people through his profile. He want people to know that no matter who they are, where they come from, they can succeed in whatever they want in life. But ONLY, if they’re willing to work hard, educate themselves and help others along the way.

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Instagram, like many other social media platforms, is very fast paced.⁣ ⁣ People want to be entertained, motivated, educated FAST. They haven’t got the time or the attention span to stick around for too long.⁣ ⁣ That’s why when designing carousels, there is one key mistake that I personally believe let’s a lot of people down.⁣ ⁣ Word count.⁣ ⁣ When people need to work too hard to get their desired outcome, they switch off, or they leave and go elsewhere. ⁣ ⁣ The whole point of minimising your word count is to improve clarity – so people know exactly what you’re trying to tell them, they know exactly what action you want them to take and their more likely to take the action because you haven’t made them work too hard yet.⁣ ⁣ What do you think, are you using too many words?⁣ ⁣ Join me on this journey @thebrandingharry⁣ ⁣ SAVE this post and Turn On Post Notifications!⁣ ⁣ Let’s Grow Together!⁣ ⁣ #instatips #marketingmanager #marketing101 #smma #businessmarketing #personalbrand #contentmarketingtips #marketingconsultant #marketingideas #onlinemarketer #instagramalgorithm #digitalagency #digitalmarketingstrategy #socialmediastrategy #socialmarketing #emailmarketing #marketingcoach #digitalmarketingtips #marketing #marketingtips #marketingstrategy #freelancerdesigner #contentstrategy #inboundmarketing #socialmediaagency

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13. Mikevdijssel

Mike van den IJssel, Design Lead at B.made from Rotterdam, the Netherlands having already 12 years in the game, and 10 years at an agency.

As a young kid, he was always drawing and building with Lego. Started with Photoshop when he was a 14-years old young boy while playing online gangster games. In those games, he sold graphics for in-game money, and that’s where he found his real passion for digital design. In this period he was getting more and more familiar with the tools and did a design study. Besides school, he was working part-time, designing, and building websites for small companies.

He achieve a award Website of the year. But he’s the most proud of the growth at the agency he is working at.

Offering as much value as possible in his posts, stories, and DM’s. Sharing tips, tricks, and insights that will help you to become a better designer. Passion is for him a big thing in his career, and he always tries to wake up that passion at his audience.

14. Marketing Harry

Hrabren Bankov from Bulgaria having 3 Years of Experience.

He started 6 years ago as an intern in one of the best agencies in his country, His Instagram page is prioritized in bringing knowledge about not only succeeding in social media, but dominating it.

Throughout the years he have worked with brands such as UNICEF, FEMA, Cambridge Clothing, Forbes and even the government of Ukraine, but the biggest achievement of them all is the ability to teach thousands offline and online.

Want to inspire people to be better and braver marketers by setting an example of a bold and transparent personal brand.

15. Sehban.Ali.Akbar

Sehban Ali Akbar from Karachi, Pakistan having 7 years of experience in designing industry.

He discovered online freelancing through his brother. He found photo manipulation contests which intrigued him a lot. From there he found logo design contests. He started participating in them right away. This was something he enjoyed doing even without the money part. Eventually, he discovered there’s this whole field of designing and that’s when he decided to become a designer full time.

Designing is still a relatively new field of work. He want to show other designers that it’s possible to be a successful designer and earn good money out of it.

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That's an average of 5 designs per day, for 36 days straight 🤯 You don't know what you're capable of until you've done it. We usually underestimate ourselves. Instead, we should believe in ourselves and commit to doing something with full dedication. ⁣ ⁣ The feeling of accomplishment I got by not just posting daily for 36 days, but posting 5 designs per day consistently, is quite fulfilling. I'm seeing other people's mindblowing entries for the 36 Days of Type challenge and a part of me felt like I'm not good enough as them..⁣ ⁣ But then I remind myself that for me it was not about how beautiful I can make something, rather if I can show up everyday and finish the first challenge of my life without missing a single day.⁣ ⁣ My personal favorites are on the last 4 slides. Swipe to see them all! 😊 ⁣ ⁣ A huge thank you to all the people who consistently supported me by liking, sharing and commenting on all my posts. I see you and I'm truly grateful for this supportive community ❤ ⁣ ⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ ⁣ #adobeillustrator #branddesign #behance #dribbble #brandingdesign #designinspiration #designeducation #businessofdesign #digitalart #graphicdesignblog #graphicdesignerlife #logodesigner #vectorart #typedesign #typography #logotype #graphicdesign #graphicdesigndaily #graphicdesignersclub #graphicdesigncentral #logoawesome #logoplace #logogrid #logodaily #logomaker #logoideas #logoconcept #typographyinspiration #36daysoftype #36days_all

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16. Creator Spark

This is not one they are designer duo name Shiv and Ayush from Jaipur, Rajasthan. Both have 2 years of experience in field.

They teach Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop and other software tutorials and make things easy for beginners. They helping and creating this community of 60K in less then 5 months.

They admitted that If you want to learn some easy and amazing tutorials then they are here to help you.

17. Gent Huruglica

Gent Naim Huruglica from Pristina, Kosovo having two years of experience.

He started by creating content for an entrepreneurship page (Business infographics). He offers content creation for brands and people via my IG page (Specialized in carousels).

His best achievement so far is the organic reach he has and for being known as the best Canva designer. He thinks people should follow him because he is among the few who give away all their secrets of designing and that he is helping Canva designers triple their skills, as well as freelancers, increase their professionalism and skills in work

18. Means Design

Lucas Ramos de Almeida from rom Brazil, but he lived in Portugal since he was a child. He have 11 years of experience as a graphic designer.

He started his career with IG or Design. He offer a way for content creators and designers, to improve their design skills and make sure that their designs help them to grow instead of being a reason for them to fail.

His achievement is getting clients online, that is something he ever wanted now he is able to get them.

He see lots of designers teaching on Instagram and YouTube, but the vast majority of them just teach about software usage like Illustrator and Photoshop for example. This is very shallow and a pretty small portion of what design is. He teach more towards the conceptual part and how to apply it in the practice, most of the times it doesn’t matter what software you use. Also he try to teach in a more entertaining way, not a very serious and formal way. So if you want to learn how to create visual communication and design in a chill environment, He is sure you find a very good content if you follow him on Instagram and YouTube.

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19. mddesigns43

Milan Dobariya from Surat, Gujarat having 2 years of experience in design industry.

His visualisation towards all the things is different. In Milan’s childhood before the draw, He draws a blueprint in his mind and that’s why he take graphic designing as passion and profession both.

Basically, he did all types of graphic design Like, Social, Print & other. But for Instagram Milan will add one more word “carousels” the way to tell your story in just 10 slides.

He wants people to have look more amazing design not only consumes, if your visualization is good then your design will be greater, just stare till half-hour in movies and series poster.

He thinks people should follow him because of his explanation method. It’s so simple if any non-designer takes his any of the post and download Photoshop is sure that he/she will design anything better than him.

20. Vishal Joseph Roy

Vishal Joseph Roy from India having 5 years of industry experience.

He started understanding and learning about branding after shutting down his first startup. He understands the true value of building a brand and how it helps the overall picture.

For people looking to understand branding and other digital concepts clearly, His profile helps them learn about concepts and techniques to help them someday start their own business.

When he started his career, He was into hardcore sales. Those skills have helped him at every juncture of Vishal’s life. He had his own company so he understand the nuances of business. These are what he consider his biggest achievements and that he is proud of it.

He don’t want people to make the same mistakes he did and are common for most. He want to help people gain that first hand basic knowledge that they need to kick start their very own business. Along with the knowledge, its the mindset that he want to help build. To inspire.

Check his website http://www.vishaljoseph.com/

I personally recommend this is super cool and awesome. I love his talking style with the people. Overall he is a kind person.

21. The Heena Sheikh

Heena Sheikh from Chattisgarh, India, and currently in the final semester of engineering. She has been into content designing for clients for almost 3 years. Expertise in Canva Tips & Tricks.

In the early days of college, she got introduced to Canva and she did few designs for college projects. Then she realized that love to design. But her Instagram Journey started after getting inspired by @thechristosnikas. She wasn’t posting valuable content but from his guidance, She finds the way for providing valuable content with knowledge.

She wants to help people who are willing to start there journey but haven’t really started. The ones who are still thinkers and no doers. She wants to make them realize, the start is what matters the most. People should follow her to learn from her knowledge.

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