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Renata Amatore
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Biography:

I have more than ten years of experience.
Currently working as a Lead UX at a global IT consultancy. I worked as a consultant and teacher. Let me help you gain skills and boost your career!

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Karl Mc Carthy
Mentor
Biography:

Senior UX Designer from Dublin, Ireland. Specialties include technical product design, design systems, interaction design, prototyping, job stories and Material Design.

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Abhishek Chavan
Mentor
Biography:

I'm a passionate UX Design Consultant working with - The Big Four.

My specialization is in designing Experiences for Enterprise Applications. A firm believer of Old School Design process and well versed with all the UX prototyping tools. Looking forward to mentor and impart my knowledge.

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Paulami Roychoudhury
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Biography:

UX designer, educator and yoga practitioner. Previously designed for Microsoft, Redbus and early-stage start-ups in education and retail space.

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Nazli Ceren Binyildirim
Mentor
Biography:

UX and Service Design Lead at a healthcare company. Leading product and service design strategy efforts of an AI based product with millions of users globally.

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Guy Segal
Mentor
Biography:

Experience design director at a consultancy, leading a team of 20+ designers.

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Chris Harrison
Mentor
Biography:

I'm a UX and Graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia, with about 10 years experience. I've done work in almost all areas of design, from branding, to publication, to web design and app design. I love learning new things and helping people develop, so I'd love to learn something new with you!

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Oluwafemi Adeniji
Mentor
Biography:

Software developer

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Leon Barnard
Mentor
Biography:

I am a Writer, Educator, and Designer at Balsamiq. My primary interests include UX, wireframing, front-end web development, and remote working.

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Please make sure to fill out your Profile* as best you can. MentorOla works better when Mentors and Mentees know more about the person they’ll (hopefully) be building a relationship with.

*Profiles with just a Name and Email just ain’t that helpful for anyone, and probably won’t appear on the site.

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Be polite, and pat yourself on the back for helping out with upcoming talent. We were there once right?

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