So, you want to be a Unity Freelancer?

 Skillsearch Digital is the only recruitment agency which specialises in providing games & interactive studios worldwide with experts in the industry's most dynamic development engine: Unity3D (… Cue heated debate with UE4 enthusiasts) :-)

Every day we are asked:

“What can I do to become a Unity Freelancer?”

Luckily the organisers of Unite 2015 rounded up some of the community's busiest freelancers to ask for their advice on how to succeed in this competitive industry.
Meet Cat Burton, Emil ‘Angry Ant' Johansen, Iestyn Lloyd and Kerry Turner as they discuss the high & lows and do's & don'ts in the life of a Unity freelancer.

We hope it helps!


If you would like further advice or assistance getting work as a Unity Developer, please feel free to contact me and I would be happy to help:

Thanks all!

Associate Director - Games and Interactive Giles Fenwick

Giles runs our Gaming & Interactive division and specialises in forming tight knit teams, whether that’s for a studio or in our office. He represented his county at rugby for every age group from 12 onwards which no doubt helped him to cultivate his excellent understanding of team dynamics. Giles is known for his warmth and willingness to take time to work through any issues that may arise, although make sure you don’t try and share his food as then you won’t be getting a warm welcome – Giles doesn’t share food!

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