> > I believe the best way for an entry-level designer to have successful > experiences is to be flexible, explorative, and try finding a good mentor. >
In our discipline - one that is very trial-by-fire, on-the-job-training,
etc., and also very young, mentoring is a great way to grow and learn. So,
how do entry-level designers (mid and senior as well) find good mentors?
Additionally, what makes a good mentor and where would one find a good