Morsel is a resume that automatically brings out a ton of ingenuity in anyone. It’s first page, along with its sample letterhead page both share the same appealing header. Of course, you can edit and/or customize it further in microsoft word.
- It comes with two specialized fonts that polish the design very well, along with a large bundle of 60+ vector icons that match the layout coloring and appearance.
Show off your marketing expertise by personalizing the branding statement, summarizing the positive qualities you possess, or go with a general objective and let your experience quantify your qualifications.
Give your social media links more style by adding a matching icon next to each hyperlink.
Decorative lines give this layout a classic look without taking anything away from its monochrome styling too.
Did you know Morsel comes with a large pack of 100s of monochromatic toned icons and vectors? You can easily insert and drop them into the design.
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It’s beautiful! Secondly, It beats all those that use tables to display information ( A table has more space between each cell while maintaining proper sizing throughout ) And lastly. Totally sucks in terms use.
I think it’s very interesting to see how other people design their resumes, and cool as well! I really like the fact that it’s very structured. I’m used to handing people’s resumes one word at a time, not in a word document.
My old one was very plain looking (text-only), black & white with no bold or italics – an eyesore even worse than usual at first glance. * The wordiness! This thing is chock full o’ words!! Which isn’t always best.
First is that it looks like every other Word document on an employer’s desk; no more ugly horizontal lines to worry about getting messed up in somebody else’s update later (also nice when you need formatting help). The text size isn’t large enough where even small font changes arenoticeable.
It looks so neat on paper (I don’t think photos work well in general). Secondly, it allows me to put all sorts and typesof stuff onto its pages. You can do word-perfect or really weird shit like adding pictures from your middle fingers together with smileys & hearts etc.
I didn’t know a better way to represent my academic experience. I didn’t know a better way to represent my work experience.
My previous resume looked like a wall of text, which was confusing and not eye-catching. The new cv template uses a simple format, and allows me to fit my work experience better. It has become habit to do small revisions to the old resume, to make it current and eye-catching.
No weird spacing or margins to deal with outside business trips/family vacations that could introduce errors if someone opened one in some countries (I’m looking at you Malaysia). It also helps avoid any employment gaps since all travel is outof town / temporary work.
It’s so simple; it reads well, and doesn’t pique the interest of the eye. It doesn’t draw you in with flashy colors and posters. It’s a fresh new look, a little less flashy, and (I think) a bit more professional. it’s done in InDesign, which I love.
First off, it’s beautiful. Now every line speaks for itself. Third, it requires me to actually put the work I’ve done.
I don’t like the old format of having my text all jumbled up, and I feel like the old design doesn’t really highlight my skills. The new template I feel is much more traditional and traditional looking. Also the education section I feel is very important to include.
It looks very professional, it’s readable even when small text, and I feel like it’s easy to skim read. I’m still not sold on the current template though.
The biggest factor for me was that I trust in the people at Rezi to design a form that is visually appealing and effective. They listened to us when we said “that looks boring” and “that looks like a kid designed it”, and they turned it into a well-designed and effective piece of software.
It looks so neat, different, and professional. It isn’t flashy or obnoxious like a lot of the templates I see here, and it is still simple and clean. One thing I am not sure about, is whether or not I should include my BA degree.
It looks clean – professional yet fun (my kinda work). Furthermore it fits in 1 page which is something that often gets overlooked. – The typography within itself feels very inviting; like you’re reading an amazing storybook or bookmarkreated hardback cover with smooth texture on spine.
I think it looks very clean, with only the necessary info really needed, and the look is very ATS friendly (no more ugly black bars!).
My text is easy to read. My old resume was barely legible. And it looks good. I’d like to think my career has a lot of predictive value. That is, I know a lot of what I’m studying in school has value in the workplace. So I’d like to make my resume reflect that.
It’s very STUNNING. I think it looks great, and I know it’s going to get me a lot of attention. It’s extremely flexible.
I think the blue color is eye-catching. The typeface is very professional, yet still fun – a lot of professional cv templates use a serif typeface which I find very boring.
When I send this resume out, I want them to know that I know they are going to look at it and be intrigued.
I think it’s very concise. And finally, it simplifies my cv into one page, and therefore, I think it makes my work more effective.
It’s very clean design with plenty white space which helps avoid eye fatigue from little bits all overthe page that could be distracting. – Use bullet points to highlight qualifications rather than big adjectives or descriptions making your reader tired quick.
It’s clean, very minimal, and organized very well. I think it’s very positive that HR in a lot of companies are starting to realize that a resume should be more than just a list of unrelated crap that makes you look unorganized and desperate. Great work, guys. Great job.
I personally feel like each of my “explanatory” headings add value, and help to explain what I have done in the past. Also, the template is very clean, and minimal, which I like.
It saves me from having to parse through paragraphs explaining what each experience was about — something that could really ramp up an already long resumes. * Most importantly: it looks clean! There’s just no way around saying “this job involved A” or listing every company name under which you worked. Even if they were all very short-lived (which most weren’t).
Easy to read. The typeface is very modern looking, and the font size is consistent throughout. It’s specific to Belgium, and doesn’t over do it’s job. It’s simple, yet versatile. It’s got that ” wow ” factor that all great resume essentials lack.
It’s organized according to content (education first on top). This is smart because when you have years worth education separated by sections like languages & levels etc., looking at year 3 right away isn’t helpful as each one does stand out nicely its own way if grouped randomly.
It saves me 2400 characters (I’m in european country) since google docs doesn’t allow that long filetype ) Also it gives creative control to each job position/cornerstone etc. As you can see there are big companies like amazon who use their own format which is really hard put into words without looking comic book-like or too typical.
It looks great on a chromebook. It is simple and modern, nothing overbearing or too “you-got-it”-y. It fits perfectly on one page.) It is also highly relevant to the positions that I am applying for.
It’s easy to read/follow along with an example (although if you have Adobe Reader unfortunately that part can’t be skipped). Second – since quality is important as well.
It’s clean – something companies in Ireland are not wanting to see right away IMO., it appeals towards aesthetics/aesthetics only which is key where i’m coming from country-wise (clean at least), there aren’t any tables or columns with heights allowed so text really stands out nicely compared against other resumes around me that use color etc.
It’s a LOT smaller than the old one. I was always worried that my resume was too eye-catching and that it was getting cut short on the receiving end. it’s a *little* cleaner. Many of the old resumes were filthy with ink flecks and other assorted dirt.
I think it looks sleek -no matter how many fonts or styles you put into Photoshop, they all look cramped to me. it’s very simple. I’m a technical person, and I like things I can put on my resume easy.
I like how clean and simple it is, yet it has enough color to make it pop. I tried to make my bullet points pretty much self explanatory. The one thing I am not sure about is how to word my education section. I have a bachelor’s in nursing, and I have a few classes remaining to get my degree.
It saves me from having to post multiple times on imgur (obviously) Quickly opens in seperate page: so its faster if i need make several smaller revisions instead o Help people find your info – no more searching through pages fulloftextsFor those that have it already.
It looks so neat; it’s simply professional, and it’s visually appealing.
Number 1, it makes me feel like I’m applying for jobs that I’m qualified for. When I used a more traditional template, I felt like I was just ‘applying’. Number 2, I can fill more words with less of the unnecessary, and clunky ‘I feel blah blah blah’ statements.
Here are just a few of them: Not many out there that mess with formatting (web dev included). I like that it’s a “master” page, so when I make more changes to it I can just pull back the master and update it without having to mess with templates all over again. I can fit more info.
That is:Nothing pops out or stands-out to say “hey look at me!” Secondly (if you choose not too), when presented with black text/black pages everything just looks very calm & legible. (You don’t get that same level of control over background colors etc.
It looks so simple and clean, yet complex and professional at the same time. It’s hard to explain in a short space, so I’ll try here.First of all, the name template. I like this template because it looks clean, yet colorful and unique. I think it stands out, especially with my short name (Cecilia).
No surprise, moving to an online position means the chances of a “creative” cv being rejected is high.
It looks so clean, and was quite honestly the first time I had a professional cv – a word document – that looked this good. The first reason, is that I’m a bit of a perfectionist and do not like to make mistakes – which is why I was so satisfied with the end result.
The first is it matches so many different job descriptions that come your way when you Google “modern resumes”. Most companies are coming out with more guidelines on how to create an optimal professional impression as far being pleasing towards recent graduates (and current employees too) in terms formatting or coloring text/headers etc. It seems every company wants their HR staff doing details.
It:* minimizes to 1 page;** eliminates column overflow with multiple lines (a fancy word “fluff”;)* ensures that each heading fits on one line *gives*** enough white space between another headed item & everything below it.
Reasons I like it are: It’s minimalist It’s different It’s a functional resumeNot sure if there is another template out there like this, so I don’t know where I can find another template like this.If a company asks for a specific format, I’ll change the entire contents of my resume to that format.
It’s very simple to read/write (I always thought plain old word docs were ugly). This style is much easier on BAD languages like French regards #2 above “readable”Thirdly because in most instances nowadays there isn’t really any difference between resumes latex or pdf versions side byside.
The main thing is that it’s beautiful – a big reason I like this template is because it’s minimalistic, and that seems to be a big factor for ATS. The line style also lends itself well to being read naturally by the reader. A few people have told me they like this template because it’s easier on the eyes.
My old one was just too ‘blocky’. Also it’s very plain; something about times New Roman font makes me look like an idiot. Anyway. Hello EveryoneI need some help with wording in resumé.
I think the design looks great. I’m a huge fan of minimalist looks and this particular template does not hinder reads whatsoever (this is a common theme I’m experiencing, most notably in my divorce). I feel it’s easier on the eyes.
It’s very clean, yet still has that old school “old school” feel. It’s minimal, and to the point. It’s the first time I’ve done a professional resume, and I want to know how I can make my experience stand out for a publishing company. I’m planning on applying to both editorial and publishing positions.
It’s readable, which is very important when you are trying to cut down a wall of text.It’s minimalist, which is always a plus.It’s based on the traditional black-and-white “spacing” template, which is great for readability and many professional resume scanning programs.
I got tired of writing the same old bullshit about myself all the time, and also I found the content very dull.
There are no bullet points — simple, straight to the point, and to the point. It is refreshing to look at. Unlike most resumes, mine actually shows some significant achievement. Finally, there is no networking here.
Being from the UK, I am used to looking for a career within business / finance, so I am a little concerned that a normal 1-page CV will not carry enough punch for US hiring managers.
It looks clean – not like most “flashy” templates which are just default word layouts with little to no artistic license used (the opposite is true in some cases).
I couldn’t think of a better way to represent my education. Throughout my college career I took many different paths, different semi-related fields, with different degrees, to name a few. Think of a resume as a time machine, a way to show where I have been and what I am interested in.
First off, I’m still in college (I graduate in May 2020), which is why there are no experience listings. Next, I’m trying out a different format for my experience listings.
I didn’t know of a better way to organize my experience. I found the design very inviting, and I would love to be able to use it. I found some other templates more suitable than this one, and I would love to be able to use them.
And I think it’s great that there’s a huge variety of backgrounds and methods and you can see the skill behind it.
I think the blue is eye-catching, and refreshing. I think the bullets for each experience are better than before. And while I didn’t include pictures for obvious reasons, I think the layout and font are really nice. My only problem is, I’m not sure where to go from here.
It’s very clean, which is important for me since I’m changing fields (and especially in my current field, where most people expect a lot of clutter). It’s unique, which I like since most people don’t reuse cv templates very much.
The first is typography – the kind of typography that *I* am using, that matches my personality and that, when combined with my experience really sells me. I feel like every word I type in blue is being underlined and highlighted.
I never really liked the previous template where the cv was just a flat list, and it didn’t really look like I was ever really editing anything. With this, I feel like I have more room to add whatever I want, because I KNOW I have some awesome achievements and I want to show it.
It’s a LOT smaller than the old one I had, which was way too big to fit on one page. it’s all on one page, which is nice for readability, and writers of color have told me to use a single-page resume for them.
It’s simple without being boring. It has a great use of space. My previous resume was a mess of personal narrative and objective statements tacked on like crazy, and it was ruining my chances of getting any interviews. This new one has a simple two-column design, and follows a more traditional template.
It makes my resume fit all on one page, which is a first for me. I usually have to stretch my resume to two pages just to include my most recent work experience. it features a graphic of me, my name, my contact info, my skills, and my projects/awards/etc.
My old resume was very boring, with very little personality, and it relied on a lot of “well, it explains what it does” type of writing. With this one, I was able to really emphasis the parts that I think are most important, without sacrificing the rest of it.
In previous posts, I’ve watched as others struggled to fill a page or more, and I barely have room to spare. I believe I’ve done this without violating any rules.
I think the blue color is very eye-catching. The blue color is careful to not appear too blue.
I got a new job (yay!) without having to submit another resume. It was an immediate improvement and I feel like it’s a great example of how to do things differently.The first reason is style. I’ve talked to people who say a resume should fit neatly on one page, and mine obviously doesn’t.
It highlights what makes me unique compared to other applicants. _ It helps highlight experiences/bullets that accomplish expected results with quantifiable numbers _-It saves ink since you can put *many* more job bullet points per section (upwards from 16 at max)Now comes whatever questions these might pose.
When first building my resume, I saw an opportunity to build a new, creative, and visually appealing resume. I am a graphic designer by trade, and I know how important form and style are in the resume world. I also have worked in marketing and advertising, so I know how important layout and typography are in the world of design.
It looks great on a Mac and it’s clean. It has a nice clean template. My eyes are glazing over though. I used this cv template and I feel like I have no idea how to make it my own.
Number 1, it’s much easier to read/follow. I’m sure many of you are writing resumes for your co-workers/managers, and it’s really hard to make a quick read. So I really appreciate a well written resume with easy to understand content.
I can fit more information on the 2nd page with the help of some trimming.the 2nd page shows more of my projects, and it shows more of my growth over time.
It saves me 2400+ characters, it is easy to read, and it looks good. For the first bonus reason, I was able to slim down a 7 page document to a 8 page with mostly relevant experience, and leave the second page for my education/certificates.
I don’t like the single line proper “See job description or see online job posting” at the top. Though it was the best layout for the jobs I’m applying for, I shaved off about 5 lines of my resume. I also like the 2 column format.
I wasn’t too sure about the background picture. I had it there to show I’m not a boring person. It’s not a huge image, and is only there for the keywords.
I think it looks nice and stands out. I was lazy and didn’t add a foreword or summary to increase my chances of being hired.
It’s a lot easier to read and is simply beautiful. ATS friendliness. I can’t say enough about this. Finally, it’s extremely helpful when it comes to content writing.
It is very clean, concise, and modern looking. I like the way it looks and my first impression when I open my word document is that it looks great.
I like the ability to see everything in one simple page. I think it’s important to be able to quickly see how my experience fits into the company’s needs. And third, I really like having consolidated all my experience ( volunteer work, internships, jobs) into a few easy to read sections.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (I think) is that when you hover your mouse over any text cell in word or ooocellular google docs. It changes to bold insteadof just hiding on screen.
I think the template is extremely beautiful, quite Zen actually. It feels very high-end, and I think that’s a good thing, I want my resume to stand out. I can adjust the headings to fit most jobs I apply for.
It’s adaptive: you can tweak some details to better match job descriptions while still presenting your most relevant info (in case someone happens upon them on their respective sites).
Secondly (and more importantly), **it makes me feel very clean & professional** ! thirdly, when you click on an icon to view your details in person.
I think the design is very appealing — it’s clean, modern, and unique. Finally, I think the one-column format is very readable.
First off it looks great because usually all ATS run on MS Word vs OS X or something – so that’s pretty much not going to work (not trying).
It simplifies things. I thought maybe my background was too complex, and I should just focus on my skills, education, experience. It makes it easy to change careers. If I want to change careers, I don’t have to change the entire thing. I can just move around some text.
I hope it sticks out and is visually appealing. a note about my experience. I don’t know if I should list that — I’m not sure if it would help or hurt me.
Simple is good. Third, it offers so many possibilities. I can now add whatever I like to it, as long as it passes the ATS. Fourth, it offers an example of a recent job application that used the template.
It looks great! It’s easy to read, and it doesn’t get lost in the stack. My previous resume was very wordy and visually uneven. This one is very visually uneven, and I can’t quite articulate that without looking like a complete lunatic.
It saves me literally dozens (if not hundreds) lines to write from scratch in word/google docs; it’s easy on eyesight as far being visually appealing without getting lost among thousands upon Thousands LINES OF TEXT.
No columns or lines without good reason; in fact that space is used up nicely: showing work history doesn’t help me look more impressive than how much experience already does highlight senior-level courses as background :p.
It saves me literally tons of time compared to the old style (I did the same thing in the old style and it took me 15 minutes, now I did it in half that time and my work has improved a lot). It looks nice on paper (I’ve been told by a number of people that it looks a lot better than a regular word doc).
My old resume was word-based and the ‘about’ section in particular was just a wall of text. not pretty at all. With this new resume, I was able to cut out the unnecessary text while still looking clean. Though the style of the resume is different, the content is pretty much the same.
The template is clean. NO funky fonts, colors, or patterns.I know there are some grammar issues that I should straighten out.
I didn’t know how to make my old one ‘more normal’ so to speak. My old cv was a mess, full of odd jobs and experiences that didn’t seem relevant. The new one is very organized. I really like the minimal format.
It is a functional resume, which is exactly what I wanted. I am relatively young, and I don’t need a performance-driven resume. Instead, I want a more objective, information-rich one. And last, I wanted it to be something that could be “owned,” i. E.
It’s much less work to update since it already looks good2- The information is very directly related with what employers are looking4th reason why i like current format:- simplicityThis old one was just too cluttered.
It’s simple: no lists/graphs or tables turning your skills into graphical ordinal points that look messy if you stare at them too long. – secondly, It follows generally used conventions as seen in other java resumes which i like. Thirdly its local to me (i cant commute with out getting employment)Fourth. Fifth.
It:* Eliminates the old, ugly headers with “&”;* Gives a brief description of each employer/position without needing an introduction/explanation, which is good because I’ve been in the workforce for 10 years and have gotten a little grey in me.
It’s minimalist It has a nice border that doesn’t break the height of the paper where the bullet points are. The summary is large and bold, and sits nicely on the page.
** It’s clean – no more awkwardly placed headings! (The initials in question are <name**2. : There is just one main section with an aesthetically pleasing design to it3., The way each experience/post has been broken up was very strategically thought out4.
The main thing that I noticed is that I don’t know the layout for my name – education, experience, and location.
It is very clean, only showing information that is necessary, and the columns are visually appealing while also being functional. The biggest reason I like this template is because it does not require me to show my “skills” and I can actually show more of my “qualifications”.
It is in chronological order by graduation date rather than listed below like most resumes are done so that way you know how old stuff was. * So far only hadn’t worked at any place longer then 3 months (and one places closing) It lists extra experience from school projects which were quite relevant to what i wanted/needed.
I was tired of the plain, two column, boring format of my resume.
I didn’t want to just copy someone else’s work, and I also like the minimal-but-tactful approach. Also, I think the wording is a little better in this version.
It’s clean, organized, and essentially tells a story. I think it could use some work though. I think it could benefit from a professional writer or two because I think it could stand to have some polish.
It’s beautiful! It looks so pretty even to non-developers (Ibrahim) who are looking at resumes in English speaking countries such as mine with their fancy fonts etc. (that is what inspired me).
I think it looks very clean and opens the chance for some awesome color. More importantly, I feel like it’s easier on the eyes. Since my name is in large letters across the top, I can’t get a good view of the whole resume.
I don’t like the previous style of having a section with “title” and “object” sections. I think it’s too clunky. Now, my experience is one and done.
It’s very simple, yet still stands out. It eliminated the need to list every job I’ve worked at (and thus helped cut down the size of my resume).
It saves me 2400+ characters to add/remove items (from 10-12k), in addition it still looks clean despite getting several job changes since undergrad like promotions etc.
I don’t like how wordy my resume is, and second, this new template makes it easier to zero in on the good stuff in my skills section without having to “wrestle” with the sentences and word choice in my descriptions.
First is that it’s functional: you can actually see what information on your page was parsed from its parent container (the text area). An inspiration to me as far writing goes when designing modules in mate.
It saves me space (I didn’t want to waste any color or text on unimportant positions), it allows more headings per page which can help when printing is involved (~2 pages worth maximum in our weird one-page type system) And best.
My old resume looked like it was waiting for the client to determine if they want a Jr. , Mid, or Senior level employee. The old resume didn’t even have a profile or summary area. The new resume puts those in the profile and summary area, and puts the rest of the resume in the work experience area.
Firstly it looks like every other word in CV land – consistent, clean & clear. Secondly its color scheme is nice (blue text on grey background).
Firstly it looks very clean on paper (no wild graphics that might distract from experience). Secondly ,it’s designed to fit nicely in an A4 page – something i always despise since spacing is so important when you’re writing **sof**word-long descriptions.
It saves me 2400 total characters (more or less), it fits in 1 page instead of 2 pages without sacrificing content/feelings ,and most importantly. It looks nice! No more “joke” thinning out your CV with extra crap text at questionable locations resulting from pasting over multiple times file:// /home2/#CVTextFormattingWith that said.
I think the first reason is that my previous format was very traditional and boring. I got my resume down to one page by removing quite a bit of information.
It’s so much easier to organize everything cleanly. No more messy, scary columns! Just a simple table with some nice, simple, clean lines.
I am aware of recruiter’s concerns/top seconds’ thoughts about blank resumes. My old resume was wordy and looked like a dog’s ass. My name is practically unpronounceable
First off, there are so many graphic design-oriented people out there (GIS/geology/Map design, UX/UI designers, etc.
It saves me 4000 characters and it is very easy to read. I especially like the way the text is shaped, like it flows like a comic book.
It’s a LOT less cutesy than my old style, and that’s a good thing. I think there are some important details about me that aren’t always important in a ‘work experience’ resume, so I like to be a bit cheeky with it.
It follows the recent Google standard of using a simple form-style layout for admin and executive jobs. It’s a bit more “clean” — I try to avoid a lot of noise and excess, and this shows. Third, it’s a bit more professional than my earlier designs, which I did while in college.
I personally think the “profile” section looks nice and is not overdone. Thanks.
It was an exact replica of the template. It was boring. This one is simple and straight to the point. My old resume was talking about every little thing I did. This one is very concise. My old resume had a picture of me in a suit. This one doesn’t.
I noticed a trend – people tend to use templates that look like they are copy/pasting from a template. Not knowing any better, I bought into the trend.
The first and most important is that it looks so clean and gives a definite finish to my resume. Often times I found that IT guys and women are so wordy and infodump and I found myself skipping over this part because it just looked silly.
It’s clean – two, it’s a lot less “exposed” than my old one, which was also very “exposed” (in a bad way).
The template is so visually appealing; it looks so clean and yet still flashy. I find the template allows me to fit all the relevant information on one page which in the past landed me some pretty embarrassing-looking resumes (I even had a friend from school look at my resume and comment that it was ugly.
It’s simple and clean, not a drag queen re-do job. It takes up very little space on the page, because you aren’t forced to read paragraph after paragraph of work experience. Benefits – You get to the point quicker, and the content is clean and easy to read