The idea of hiring remote talent is almost as old as the internet itself, but it’s only recently become a common practice for both game artists in Vietnam and game developers worldwide. And with good reason! Working remotely allows you to find talented people who live in a country that’s more affordable and less restrictive on working hours than your own, so you can get more done with less time and money invested in recruiting them. However, finding the right candidates can still be difficult even when you’re looking at native speakers or people who have just completed an internship abroad—and hiring local artists isn’t always feasible either. So how do you go about finding experienced game artists in Vietnam? We’ll tell you everything we know about finding talented candidates there, along with all our tips for making sure they’re ready when they arrive on-site.
Finding game artists with the right skills can be a challenge
Finding the right talent can be a challenge. With so many top-notch artists out there, it’s hard to know who you’re looking for and where to start looking. You might find yourself spending hours searching for the perfect person or trying your luck with a job posting that’s just too vague. But if you’re looking for professional game artists in Vietnam and don’t want to wait around until the perfect opportunity presents itself, there are things you can do to make sure your company gets results quickly:
Hire someone who knows what they’re doing! If possible, try hiring someone who has worked on similar projects in the past; they’ll have seen how things run through their own eyes before and be able to give valuable insight into how others approach certain tasks—and maybe even offer advice based on their own experiences as well as those of others who’ve worked with them before
Game artist salaries are lower in Vietnam
The cost of living in Vietnam is lower than that of the United States, hence Vietnamese game artists are cheaper to hire than their US counterparts. In fact, they’re often even cheaper than local artists from other Asian countries like Korea or Japan. Inflation is hitting hard at the moment and Vietnam is impacted like any other country in the world, but the difference between Vietnam and Western countries is still significant.
Communication is key in working with a remote team
- Communication is key in any project, but it’s especially vital when working with a remote team. We can arrange regular sync meetings online during the time when it is convenient for both time zones.
- Communication and feedback are especially important in the making of art assets. We can cater the processes to the project management tools you are using in your organisation.
- When you’re working with an artist on a video game, it’s important to make sure that the artist feels like they have your attention and support.
Our process for finding talented candidates
We have a team of recruiters who can help you find the right people. We have a large pool of talented candidates to choose from, and we know how to find new ones.
Our process for finding candidates is carefully designed so that you don’t have to waste your time on unqualified candidates or those who are not a good fit for your project. Our goal is always to make sure that we’re working with someone who will bring value and happiness into your lives through their work—and we want them to be part of our team here in Saigon!
We’re here to help you. If you have any questions about our services or would like to hire someone based on their experience, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!