Some time ago we have posted an article containing information on how to correctly write a resume. The content of your resume is definitely very important, but you should also care about its looks. Remember that this is the first thing that a potential employer will see about you and a good impression is essential. Moreover if you are a designer, then your resume should definitely be as creative as your portfolio is.
You cannot use your CV just like a tool to store information and showcase it to your future employers from time to time. It’s time to think out of the box and get creative, do something that will make people appreciate your creativity and get inspired to create something as well. I have recently discovered some amazing samples of creatively designed resumes, and I was truly amazed. I have decided to go creative as well, after seeing these and hope you will too!
Resume (CV) Design Examples
My Recent Resume by pixelprop
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