6 reviews  

The days of sitting in front of a computer for hours designing your resume in word are over. In fact, if you’re an operations manager and you’re still spending that kind of time, you’re wasting precious time better used elsewhere. Instead you need a CV that exemplifies both knowledge and leadership experience.

Plywallƒ??s got the perfect minimalist look right here, with a gray header for your name and a white background to give prominence to your essentials.

Personalize its header by double-clicking inside the header or footer area and dropping some text of your own into its place.

You can also throw in quantifiable results and other accomplishments to accompany the different sections. Keep things clean and simple by choosing from a large pack of icons, fonts, and more.

 


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SE
2 months ago
steve e

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It’s *very* clean (no more piles). No long blocks where you have to scroll horizontally down page because one dot is hidden behind another item. It also helps when describing what differentiates me from others since there are NO bullet points with short phrases One less thing turning your eyes into pages ! The visual appeal alone makes all that much better.

LM
2 months ago
lisa m

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It is very easy to read/follow a marketing campaign. it is still simple to read, and the design is clean. In addition, it allows me to highlight achievements in my experience, which is important as a marketing professional. I would love to hear what you all think about it, and what you would do to improve it.

JL
3 months ago
jessica l

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Number one: Since I am using a faux-fancy layout, I don’t want to compromise the integrity of the document. Also, the title is only described in the document and not in my resume cover letter.

SB
4 months ago
sean b

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I fell in love with typography It’s very clean It’s very easy to read4. It’s very easy to share in a graphic design based company (I’m looking at you, Google)5.

JE
4 months ago
joseph e

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It saves me 2400% in space (I cut out most letters & all those fancy pictures you see on many resumes) it fits perfectly onto one page instead 2 pages thanks to that awesome trick your editor pulled off! No more frustration or scrubbing through Pages trying ta find what’s relevant anymore.

HH
5 months ago
hugo h

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Primarily, the classic “I’m a cool guy, check out my resume” type vibe. It says: “I am professional, likeable, and fuckable. Check out my tools, and I will fuck you the moment I see something I like.”It also says: “I know my stuff, and I’m going to back it up with hard work.