Asylum Square PR Manager
I run my company in a similar way. It’s myself, three employees and a bunch of contractors. (https://asylumsquare.com/team)
We have an office, but everyone can work from where-ever he wants to (actually the freelancers are from all around the world). Since Covid hit we’re operating 100% remote before most of the time we worked with 2 people in the office the rest of us remotely.
Everyone works as much or less as he wants, can take days off whenever he feels like.
We do have voice calls from time to time when it’s appropriate, but in 99.9% only two people are involved and it usually happens when we have the feeling it would clarify faster as by asynchronous chat (for example when screen share is involved to demonstrate something). Actually I wouldn’t even call it meetings because we mostly don’t even setup a schedule, it just naturally happens (for example chatting about a specific topic, then deciding a call would be easier / faster).
It works well for us, but I think it would be a lot harder if we were more people as we don’t have anyone who organizes or manages the project and the people.
Asylum Square is an independent games developer, based in the Black Forest in Germany.
We grew up with game systems like the Sega Master System, NES or the Commodore Amiga and C64. In 2014 Jochen founded Asylum Square to create games we would have loved to play back and there on the living room carpet.
To achieve this we work together with a bunch of very talented people and industry veterans. Some of them even were part of those original, inspiring experiences and have joined us on our current endeavours.
- Work from your desired location wherever that might be
- You can join us as freelancer or permanent employee
- Decide the amount of hours you want to work with us
- We treat each other with respect and honesty and think transparency is important to achieve great results
- We want to help each other to grow