Having a mentor in the field you work in or want to work in can be the difference between success and failure. This also applies to UX designers.
Working together with a UX mentor is a great way to become a (better) UX designer.
One-on-one (video) chats and portfolio reviews are just a few of the ways our mentorship can help you achieve your goals as a designer. Read more about our UX Mentorship program below.
Here's how it works
Once you purchase the UX mentorship individual meeting, we'll send you an e-mail to schedule a video call. In this e-mail we'll discuss some questions might have in short to make the video call as valuable for you as possible.
During the meeting
We'll be discussing any UX question you might have by going through the agenda you provide. As a result, you'll get actionable advice, tips and tricks, or a review depending on what you're looking for.
About the mentor
Hi there! My name's Nick Groeneveld. I'm a senior UX designer with over 5 years of UX, visual design, and consultancy experience.
I've worked in many different industries where I've found out how to apply and land jobs in UX, what companies look for in a designer, and how to build a great portfolio. I'd be happy to help you achieve your UX goals.
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Thanks again for your trust in our UX Mentoring program. I’m sure we’ll be able to make great steps in helping you achieve your UX goals!
How to get started
First of all, we have to schedule our meeting. You might already have met Zita through our intake meeting. She’s going to handle all scheduling. In the coming days, you’ll get a mail from Zita to make this happen. So keep an eye out for that!
To make our meeting as valuable for you as possible, we’re going to set up a meeting agenda. We’ll do this before the meeting via mail.
If you have questions or concerns, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Owner at The Designer’s Toolbox.
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