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As someone who has American and Puerto Rican heritage, who was raised in France, and who has lived and worked overseas, I am proud to be an international designer. I have worked with clients of several nationalities and I’m grateful that my background has given me an advantage when it comes to connecting and working with people from various cultures. However, people without such a varied heritage can still be successful in the world of international design.
Here, I take a closer look at what it takes to succeed in this exciting industry, from language skills to stereotypes and visual culture. I also look at the practicalities of actually becoming an international designer including how to find work, attract new clients, and set appropriate charges while relocating overseas.
Hopefully, this video will give you a better understanding of what goes into becoming an international designer and will help you to make your dream a reality.

Gain an insight into the world of international design.

If you’re considering entering the field of international design, you’ll probably want to know a little more about what it involves. Here, you’ll gain some perspective and insight into this exciting industry.

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