Looking for a creative yet straight-forward resume that will reflect your interests and professionalism at the same time? This colorful, pumpkin orange design we call Delmita has exactly what you need.
Double click the skills text headline area and paste your attributes into the sidebar and use word’s image formatting tools to sharpen, enhance, or soften your headshot.
Replace the all white circular shapes with your favorite hue and mix and match with the matching orange fonts and logos.
Simply select an element, like the barcode for example, and apply changes like the size, artistic effects, and symbols.
Change the border thickness and transparency to personalize your photo.
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I *think* it looks cleaner than my previous one, mostly because now there’s only one header to layout, instead of three. Also, I think it makes my experiences sound better, because now they are sequential. The dates are no longer aligned to the right. Aligned to the left.
First off, it is very easy to read. It is very easy to make on google docs. Thirdly, it allows you to focus on your experience and not things like what you were studying in college. It gives you good space to tweak your resume depending on the job description.
My old resume looked like it was put together in Word, with no thought to aesthetics. My new resume, on the other hand, is very stylish, and the design itself is extremely easy to read and parse. Plus, since I’m going for a creative job, I think it’s important to stand out.
I blocked out every company name I had worked for 2 companies. That freed up plenty of white-space, which is essential when you’re weighing in at 150+ pages. I figured out a way to make the formatting of my CV more uniform and easy to process.
It is very easy on the eyes, and doesn’t suffer from the typical “your resume looks like trash” problems most people encounter. It is very clean and professional, nobody will ever guess that I used to do real estate, or that I am currently unemployed.
It looks so clean and readable, and it’s hard to quantify the impacts of the projects I’ve worked on (I’ve done ß öään! A LOT of work!) compared to the lack of writing.
A lot of resumes that I’ve seen lately are OLD. I want my resume to be NEW. And that’s exactly what I want.
It uses a completely different kind of text (Ellipses). it follows a more traditional “profile” format, rather than the more unusual “Skills and Experience” format we’ve all grown so familiar with. In addition, it includes a summary.
It’s functional! No more boring word bland layouts we see on so many CVs these days that look like shit.
I was previously using a very campy design that was a bit to over the top for the industry.
It’s minimalist, useful, and aesthetically pleasing. It didn’t cross my mind before that templates were a thing you had to buy and then download (which I now know is wrong), and that’s why I was so confused when I saw cv’s on Amazon for less than $10. 00.
It’s visually appealing without being too over the top. I feel like this is a big factor why I’m still working after I’ve moved 2 years in the past 3 years.It eliminates the need to write out every single job history point in detail. Now I can just list experience and skills without writing paragraph after paragraph about how awesome I am.
It’s simple, clean, Observatory style, and it’s also been designed to allow custom formatting.
It’s simple: no columns or rows, unlike most templates which are very busy). There aren’t any “required” buzzwords! Yes you read correctly.
It focuses on the big picture of what my career is & isn’t to the degree that I want it to be. It simplifies my information a lot. It eliminates a whole category of jobs I didn’t even want & have no interest in (support roles).
I think the blue is amazing. I’m a creative and since I’m sure most companies are going to ask for examples of my work, I think a blue resume could help show what I’m capable of. I think it’s pretty unique and clean.