285 - Andy Chung
Andy Chung is the founder of read.cv, the professional platform used by people across the world to make meaningful connections.
Andy Chung is a designer and the founder of read.cv, the professional platform used by people across the world to make meaningful connections.
The previous homeowner of this space was a woodturner who had built her workshop behind the primary house. He now uses the space as the Read.cv office, with some extra desks for when my co-founder Mehdi visits or any friends want to come through and hang out for the day.
Twitter → twitter.com/_andychung
Inside Andy's Workspace
- 2020 M1 MacBook Air
- Apple studio display
- Vortex Tab 90M Keyboard
- AirPods Pro
- Sonos One speaker
- Logitech m720 triathlon mouse
- Herman Miller Sayl chairs
- Vitsoe 606 shelf
- Fully designer ply standing desks
- Brother HLL2370DW Laser Printer
- Vantage cutting mat 36" x 24"
- HFS (R) Heavy Duty Guillotine Paper Cutter 12"
- Toyo Sasaki 7oz stacking glasses
- Muuto Beam lamp
- Muuto Piton lamp
- HAY trash can
- Muji pens
- Krom Kendama
Why did you start Read.cv and what is the biggest problem you currently face?
I started Read.cv out of a personal need for a simple 1 pager that communicated my interests, projects, and work experience in one place. It has evolved into a platform to share your work with others in a way that feels genuine, not transactional. Our biggest challenge right now is keeping up with all the feature requests, which is a good problem to have.
How do you spark creativity?
Take time to discover new music, spend time with friends, or travel somewhere new. Basically breaking the routine of working on software.
How do you manage work-life balance?
I've never been the type of person who can work 12+ hours a day and have it be efficient. Typically I can get around 4 hours of deep work done a day and then I'm at my limit. I keep this top of mind and make sure I take time out of my day to get outside for a hike, bike ride, or hang with friends.
What does your daily routine look like?
8:00am - Wake up, make coffee and feed Juna
9:00am - Catch up on support emails and activity on Read.cv
10:00am - Daily sync with Mehdi on Discord
10:30am - Design and engineering work
12:00pm - Make or go out for lunch12:30pm - Design and engineering work
3:30pm - Take Juna for a hike
5:00pm - Easy tasks or emails
6:00pm - Start dinner
7:30pm - See friends or wind down for the night
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