Single designers in teams, how do you get design mentorship or coaching?

over 2 years ago from Ravi Agrawal, Product Designer, Front End Developer

  • Bruno MarinhoBruno Marinho, over 2 years ago

    From my point of view and past experience while you can't get a direct designer to designer mentorship you can get other kinds of mentorships. In special from PM's and Engineer leads. In the end, it contributes a lot to your growth as a designer but also to open your eyes to other things like growth, team management, and engineering in general.

    But off course that if you get into a point where u feel that you're not learning or in need to be more w designers you should either convince the company to bring another designer to the team or find another job that fits your current needs.

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    • Samuel ṢoṣinaSamuel Ṣoṣina, over 2 years ago

      Totally agree here. My first design role was as an intern in a start-up. I was the only designer surrounded by devs. That was crucial to my growth in learning to Frontend code and I'm certainly benefiting from it today! Most design roles I see all require some form of coding. With that being said I had to really push myself to improve as a designer during those months. It was tough. I agree also to perhaps talk to through with your company or just move on.

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