Utilizing two contrasting columns, Daffs Monogram’s main body has a vertically inserted timeline to visually map out a diverse work background in relation to when your academic achievements first came about.
Your resume will begin with a circular shaped photo to be replaced with your own.
Versatile graphical elements used to measure relevant skills to the job you are applying for. Contrasting icons aligned perfectly on the sidebar along the side of each page.
It includes three timelines, two columns, and customized icons that nicely label its section headers. This layout was designed in chronological formatting but can be easily re-formatted.
Sample sections included.
- Profile Summary
- Key Achievements
- Software Skills
- Young Adults
- Recent Graduates
- Computer Science Students
- First Jobs
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It saves me a lot of space, since I’ve got a lot of things I’d like to include on my resume. It also makes my resume sound a lot more professional, since I’ve got a lot of stuff in there that I wouldn’t put on a resume in general – like references, clubs, students positions, and teaching experience.
It’s clean – something that is difficult to do with word based resumes.
I’m pretty sure this will save me some time and effort, especially if I’m sending it out on indeed/monster/linkedin/glassdoor job applications. It will also make me look a bit more professional, myself. this will help me beat the “Job hopper” stigma.
First off it looks so much nicer in person than on paper! The text sizes have been purposefully kept small to facilitate printing them (and they are accurate). They also look nice when printed from word.
It is very easy to adapt this layout to whatever job you are applying for. this gives a lot of room for detail, since I can actually list each of my responsibilities/duties. In addition, it is very clear what each section of the cv means. And, finally, it looks very clean, unlike the previous one.
I think it looks nice, since I always have found myself catering my resumes to the position I am applying for. I think it appeals to the eye (I’m looking at you, Recruiters). Third, it allows me to put all my professional experience in one nice little package.
I always struggled to get prouder photos when people would look at it or comment on its looks – which is really weird because lol there’s not much you can see in here anyway.
I think the blue and gold combination looks great. the bottom section is much cleaner and easier to read without the extra indentation above each item in the section. Finally, I saved time by not including the State and National Park Service in the header, since those are most of my experience.
I think it’s beautiful.It saves me from having to include so much text in the “About me” section and at the end of each section.My references are included with my references on my resume.4: It saves me from having to repeat myself for each position I apply for.
It’s easy to read/navigate: Everything is in one page like an editorial calendar. Second it offers me more space with less fluff than two regular old resumes put together ( mine was always crunched very hard). Thirdly there are some really neat color combinations available that i just can’t get on any other format.
I always struggled with presenting myself in my cover letters.
I think it’s very visually appealing, and I think it stands out from a pile of other resumes. I think it’s simple enough that I can tweak it to better fit whatever job I’m applying for, depending on what duties they’re looking for.
It’s fantastic:This one is formatted similarly to what i would submit in person so it should be relatively uniform there too (albeit with some tweaks from Google docs’ default formatting). Second – Since all organizations are basically large networks where people bump into each other through their career paths etc.
It’s very clean / simple & fits in 1 page (which is important when you move abroad). It has references on “page 2”, which could help if someone was to look over your application after we’ve already started looking at other applications with just standard resumes.
It looks so professional, isn’t overused, and still keeps the important bits of info. I’m not sure what reasons I’m missing, though. For one, it seems very bland to me.
It saves me in having to continually adjust everything manually – just copy/paste is much easier!2nd reason: all job titles are unique — very important as many positions use generic terms (Math Tutor placements). 3rd Reason + Bonus Reaserch PointsIf you have any questions or comments please let us know below.
No pie charts or hearts in tiers. Just black & white colors with no frills.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (and more importantly)I think that in today’s fast-paced world where we are always looking to be first with something great / latest smartphones etc., having an aesthetic/design will help you stand out from your competition while still communicating what experience YOU have.
My old resume looked like a school project gone bad. This new one actually looks like I did it myself. No one is going to know unless I tell them, and I’m certainly not going to tell someone I “pretty much just made this.”I’m also a bit concerned about the blank space at the bottom.
I don’t like the previous one because it was too “wordy” and I didn’t like that it ended with a summary. I came across this new template and it opens up so many more doors for me. It is so simple and straight to the point, and puts the focus where it should be.
I don’t like the fact that my cv is two pages, I’m moving into a mid range sized office (which is rare for someone my age in Ontario), and the fact that most jobs show a combined cv/resume.
The first is it’s very easy on the eye. I didn’t have to worry about trying to fill space with fluff, because all that’s in the template is the details of my experience. This is important, because I’m trying to decide between two different formats for a cover letter. They both have their pluses and minuses.
It’s beautiful! Simple yet creative looks good with even non-design people as they glance at screen; clean & distinct typography allowing me to add color where needed without distracting from content.
First off, I *have to* get back at the company for giving me the bad job; they were extremely unprofessional and treated me like shit. I wanted to try my hand at something that isn’t a word-association “you know what I mean” resume / straw-man / buzzword-y stuff.
It has clean lines & whitespace across each section to make it look nice with no distracting or dead space in your document viewer (asmr). There are zero issues highlighting what you have written on screen because Word uses its own type system called Mark up Text which is how all professional CV templates set themselves apart from one another anyway.
It matches my existing style (sans weird bolding) perfectly. I noticed a) it’s very easy to read (I can read it at a fast rate) and b) chances are the person reviewing my resume will be different from the person you’re reviewing my resume for.
It’s not an eye-catching resume. (Although I believe them to be mostly kidding).