What are some adequate, polite and generally accepted ways of seeking mentorship in the field of (UI/UX/Web) design?
Some people might prefer to be contacted by email, while others might prefer to be contacted through LinkedIn. Some people might prefer to be contacted in person. Here are some general ways of seeking mentorship in the field of design:
-Contacting someone you know who is a designer and asking them if they would be willing to mentor you.
-Contacting a local design organization or school and asking if they offer mentorship programs.
-Contacting a professional organization like the AIGA and asking if they have any resources or recommendations for finding a mentor.
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