Good teachers teach notions their own way.
This way — albeit unique to each — sheds more light on the why of things rather than the how. What good students do is learning the teacher's way and forgetting the notion.
My career is just starting and my way is still very much being shaped. So far I shaped my way the long, hard, stupid way. I taught myself everything I know about interaction design, and for a good deal about design in general. Even so, my path has inevitably been shaped, twisted, dented, and generally distorted by a few, special people. Some of these were mentors.
At this point along my path I feel I can give back, to a specific demographic at least: I'm looking for Italian* designers or wannabe-designers to mentor, people interested in developing or learning interaction design† skills.
These are a few of my key experiences that we could talk about or that you can use to asses if I'm the right mentor for you:
If you’d like to work together you can write me a letter responding to the questions below; I’ll write back to all letters I receive in this way within two weeks, no matter what. In response to the most exceptional letters, I’ll propose further correspondence — and in certain cases, an ongoing mentoring relationship.