As a videographer, you need space to give prominence to a graphic design background, project concepts you’ve worked on in the past, and various software editing skills you bring to the table. Macfarlane kills the game when it comes to placing high emphasis on the temp jobs portion of your employment history.
This creative resume template has asymmetrical styling, an editable group of timelines, and clustered bar charts, leaving you with all of the graphics and SmartArt… often thought of as a necessary component to impressing any employer in an outstanding fashion.
It’s intricate pie charts have data sets which are easily editable, and provide enough spacing for your salary history, among another key point or two.
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I did a few critiquing posts here in the sub (which got me some really great advice) and I wanted to get as much helpful advice as possible.
I think it’s very much simpler than lots of other templates I’ve seen. I think its design is very clean and minimal, yet still eye catching. And last, I think its design stands out well against the black and white black and white cv’s most companies are using.
It looks so clean and simple, and still has that old school feel. My old resume looked like a mess! A few points: I have only recently started working (layoff) in my field, so my experience is not at all impressive. For that reason, I did not include it on this cv.
I think it looks very clean and juxtaposed to my previous resume, which was very jagged and visually uneven. This new resume blocks out poor light. The old one was like a pool of wine in the middle of my screen. The new one is like a sepia tone.
It’s a very simply template. No more columns, no more “fluff”, just straight to the point information. No ads, no unnecessary graphics. Just straight to the point info. it’s a very open format. I can easily tweak this template to suite whatever job I’m applying for, or tweaking it if I find something that works.
I used a sans serif font. The “design” bar with text at the bottom seems like something that could be confusing.
I haven’t really changed the layout of my resume since I got hired, which has led to a pretty mundane look.
I’m pretty sure at this point 80% of all resumes are created using a template like this one. I think this particular template is very well suited to describe me as a person, and I feel like that is important in a lot of situations.