50 Inspiring Resume Designs: And What You Can Learn From Them
Your resume or CV may be one of the most important projects you ever design. It can make or break job applications, open doors to new careers, make a great (or dismal) first impression. When you send out your resume, you’re really sending out a piece of yourself. So make sure it’s representing you to your best advantage. Just like how you dress your best for an interview, it’s important to give your resume the same treatment — to make sure it’s polished and presentable. The 50 resume designs below span a wide range of styles, from strictly businesslike to ultra creative — browse through them to get some ideas for the next time you need to update your own resume. 01. Starting off your resume strong with a bold header, like in this design by Shed Labs for Loft Résumés, draws attention to your name and makes it more memorable. 02. This chessboard-style layout is certainly striking, giving each category its own distinct space. 03. 04. Try using shapes and frames for emphasis. 05. 06. 07. 08.
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