Sweet talking your way into the job you’re lobbying for is a praiseworthy characteristic to have, especially when you’re able to do it on the fly amidst a career change. But imagine being able to accomplish this on paper… through educating the interviewer with all the essential details of your illustrious career. Say hello to a template called Hubble.
Make the resume match your makeup and charisma by changing the timeline colors, key bullet points, font styles, and right sidebar background using the powerful set of design elements that come along with it.
The tan colored sidebar has an intriguing 3-dimensional border the runs from its top to bottom; using block typefaces that stand out in a snappy, enclosed transparent background.
Edit the job headings or edit the timeline content by clicking its corresponding hyperlink.
Before saving it, take a quick look at the language proficiency line graph. Don’t forget how long it takes to swap out this area’s heading… quicker than brewing up a cup of coffee.
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It’s modular! You can choose which sections go where (working history/education section first), by clicking on each item in that Section Headers line you’ll get pop up menu to add or edit items:Then as always.
It’s different – not just another bland resume in the standard black and white or color. No more boring, bland resumes. Makes me proud to be an engineer again. it’s interactive – when the user types, the document changes to show what they’re typing.
It’s clean & simple like an undergrad CV; it focuses on achievements (what *I* have done), instead of responsibilities/experiences which is what most CVs seem to do these days. ;And lastly, since many people don’t make professional career progress without completing graduate studies or entering into industry.
From a design perspective, it’s very easy to read — each of the sections are uncluttered, and the overall effect is a very clean and organized document. from a reader perspective, it’s very easy to scan. All the text is small, and very straight-forward. Third, from a technical perspective, it’s very easy to parse.
It gets right to the point. I’m a bit of a paradox, a bit off, a bit weird, a bit arrogant, and I think that reflects in my writing. I’m not afraid to get my hands dirty, to get my hands even dirty for a project, a cause, or a team.
I didn’t know how to highlight my education. I have only finished 1 semester of college, and the rest is high school.
My old resume was NEARLY 2 pages, and it had a terrible design. This one is very simple, clean, and classy. It’s a LOT easier to read and thus I’m pretty sure that it’s going to end up being a lot more successful. It’s short.
Cool how you can choose the color scheme for the resume (I wen with the blue, gold, and red). I’m very comfortable with my degree in progess now (it’s the bottom of the page, btw). I can fill up the entire page (which was not easy with my old resume) with my hours worked and salary history.
It is simple, clean, and organized to the point where I think I’m getting ahead of the game. It wasn’t nearly as messy with the old resume.
It is simple, which some may prefer It highlights my experience, which is different from what my major is. I would rather emphasize the research mentality that I’ve brought to my previous positions. It is aimed at the marketing/advertising industry. A little marketing knowledge is always a good thing.
Hopefully it’s not too cramped on one page; that was definitely challenging in chronological order.
First off it looks clean with no wasted space on top (a Recent Past by The Disney Collection). It’s easy to read as well – all default text size is 10pt regardless font or padding so your summary/headings are easier yet still distinguishable from each other.
I think the word “stylish” is used too many times in this post. It feels too wordy, and some of the wordiness is cathartic.
I haven’t really had a “I need to make a resume” kind of situation before.I looked up the formatting for paper resumes, and they are absolutely boring.
It’s simple enough that you can easily add or delete jobs over time with minimal to no formatting changes (a must if your job title varies). Second – since most positions are short term contracts in length between 2-6 months depending on how competitively looking they find themselves compared against other agencies & businesses etc.
It looks so professional, I don’t feel like I’m “selling” myself at all. There are a few different “legs” on each of the “titles” that I can play with to get whatever company I’m targeting.
1. There’s a lot of focus on the actual work being done, not some of the “flashy” stuff that sometimes goes along with it.
I’ve been running into trouble trying to get other employers to notice me, and I thought I’d like a pretty resume. It also helps that I’m trying to switch career fields and move away from customer service into a more office-oriented role (I used to work in retail as an assistant, and my current bossess is suggesting I apply for an Assistant Coordinator position).
In addition to the obvious look of the design, I like how intuitive it is to use–no need to go through a bunch of tutorials. The information is also easy to find, since it’s integrated into the template design.
I’m generally very pleased with how my resume looks upon entry – no more ¨hiding”. I realized that when I’ve redacted my information – it makes the resume readable. Now