Coronavirus: He works in different areas of his home to prevent boredom

Carousell's head of design Keith Oh says part of the joy of going to work is meeting people and having fun.
Carousell's head of design Keith Oh says part of the joy of going to work is meeting people and having fun.ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN

Online marketplace platform Carousell's head of design Keith Oh was concerned when the coronavirus situation got worse. It meant that he and his team would have to work from home more regularly.

"In my line of work, we always feel it's easier to meet around a whiteboard, sketch things out or use paper. It's a lot easier to get tangible and hands-on when everyone is in the same room," said Mr Oh, 39, who lives alone.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 15, 2020, with the headline 'He works in different areas of his home to prevent boredom'. Subscribe