Panthera is a basic but top knotch designed executive outline, plus a cover letter, accompanied by 3 specialized fonts.
The page layout consists of a creme colored 20% dotted texture backdrop and a well defined header with matching vertical strips.
It combines three columns on top of an adjustable table for leadership experience, listing contact information along the bottom of the document.
- Behind large lettering for your name and linkedin URL sits an 80% transparent text box.
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It’s so refreshing to see a creative, uncluttered template like this.
I didn’t know a better way to show a few key areas that I feel will make a difference between me and other candidates. I really like the “Naked” template.
It makes my resume fit into 1 page which is a must if I want to highlight my relevant experience. It is simple and clean, not a hodge podge of different icons and sh**. It is easy to read and will fit onto paper easily.
It follows the latest style I see on CVs here. It is professional, yet creative. My previous resume was very “information over substance” type of style. I feel like this one has better targeted my information to the job I am looking for.
I feel like the timeframes are too short, especially if I add more experience (which I plan to do in the future anyway). I wanted to include the fact that I’ve been working for over a year and a half. I don’t know if all the horizontal lines are necessary.
My text is underlined, to really help it stand out. And the horizontal lines are just perfect.
The template is very clean, and stands out from the numerous other resumes I have in my folder. I like that it follows a traditional template, which is something I’ve heard is important, even if it is just a template.
I think it’s a little low-res though, and that’s where my problem lies. I’m not a professional cv-writer, and I’m looking for critiques, so please let me know what you think.
My old resume looked like this WASTE OF S**t**NUTS! There was a reason why virtually everyone was leaving their resumes looking like this. It was messy, gross, and generally ugly. No one wanted to read it.I designed my resume to look clean, and somewhat professional, while still retaining a little personality with a bit of whimsy.
It looks like every other word in the English language. No weird spacing or unusual choice of fonts have been used. Every section has been divided into two columns, which helps hide scant information and emphasize the relevant experience. Third, every section has a small font size indicated.
It’s very clean, organized, and visually appealing. It also enables me to fit all the work I’ve done in my previous experience (my first job was in a library and I had to sort a stack of books by title, so I had to use those skills).
My previous one, from school, was a straight forward, boring, massively unfocused on work, and absolutely terrible on design. This one, I think, is a little bit more playful, while still being effective and keeping it clean.
It looks very clean and is aesthetically pleasing as well as having great use of white space. Anyways, great job on the template and thanks.
It works on Mac and PC, which is a big consideration in the engineering world. The design is simple and clean. No busy work bars or frills. And finally, it beats the hell out of Word/Excel/Powerpoint/InDesign. All of those pdf viewers/pdf editors suck.
Next, after looking at some of the design choices on this sub, I’m very dissatisfied with the current minimalist style. Finally, I love the grid system.
There’s no “filler” text like action verbs, adjectives, etc. My experience is presented in a very concise, clear manner Action vs. Passive verbs No education. Also, I think the bullet points at the bottom help to keep the resume focused on the most relevant info without adding too much extra crap on.
I am using a very traditional template. Now I am quite happy with it. It fulfilled my expectations.