A creative two-page resume in a core-functional format, Sharpify was given its name for its sharp edges and clever choice of graphic elements.
The white background goes perfectly with its traditional black accents. After a nice-sized objective statement, a horizontally designed timeline is great for mapping out the trajectory of a career.
Select the parts of the timeline you need to add to, remove, or replace from. What’s convenient about Sharpify’s is how you can add all types of achievementsƒ?? from educational to professionalƒ??all on one line.
After installing the attached fonts, go ahead and select the text you will be replacing with your own info. One table is used for the document’s header, with the remainder of each page using word’s traditional column styling.
Two columns are used to name all your skills and qualifications, or other core competencies you’d like to add.
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It’s simple! No columns ! It looks like every other word document you have ever seen (except maybe printed out). Meaning your resumé will fit perfectly into any available space on whatever device is being read by whoever viewed yours; meaning if multiple people are looking at one then they can all see an accurate representation simultaneously without sacrificing quality control.
I always found it difficult to present myself in an interview because most people think that interviews are something you do prepared or naturally – someone who’s like “out there” is person they can get comfortable conversing with etc. Not me. The fact thats no one really knows what makes us different from others normally accelerates responses which gives them away.
I always found it difficult to get interviews with my old resume. The main one being that I was either too focused on my experience or my education when I should’ve been putting both on equal footing. Putting my education first might’ve been the reason I didnt get any calls – now this resume’s acadmic achievemnts area is MASSIVE… I had a decent GPA so its time to showcase extracurricular activities.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (and more importantly) It tells me what to include WAY better than any old standard text-only resumes ever could have done. Thirdly ,it looks *professional*, like someone took their time with each job description.
My old resume looked like a generic resume, which was pretty much unimpressive. This new resume, I think, stands out because it is clean and professional, and not boring. I think this cv template is great for computer generated resumes, since it is simple, clean, and professional, yet still creative and unique.
I think the design looks a lot nicer than the old Word-based template. It’s clean and crisp. It’s not filled with extra stuff, and the extra space is used effectively. I think the text size is much more readable now, and there is less white space between the lines.
I didn’t know how to top it off – all of my old jobs were amazing, and I feel like they tell my story too much. I think it’s very readable. I tried to cram in as much information as possible while not leaving tons of white-space.
It is in line with many modern design standards (I’m sure you can tell). This isn’t just some ghost word bomb that falls down when someone other than me designs/re-designs one.
I wanted my experience to look “stacked” rather than “trendy”, like most resumes look these days. I wanted my education to look unique, because I went to a school that is, for most people, quite unknown outside of Greater New York City.
I hope you guys will give this a look. I would love comments on the document as well.
Direct. I hope you guys find it as useful as I do. *NOTE*: I am only including the part related to my course of study since I have little other work experience. *
It saves me literally hours (instead of days) before having to convert it into word docs by hand(I think MS Word has trouble with aligning headings correctly). The design is eye catching AND integrates visually well while conveying depth/volume. THE FOSPIA WAY includes:* no post title text; everything in your experience should be easily readable.
It’s a LOT smaller than the old format, which was a square foot monster. I tried to follow the advice of professional resume writers and create a little “narrative” with each of the positions.
It’s beautiful! No really you can’t look at any other templates unless they are literally modeled after LaTeX ones which looks terrible IMO (and is what Dell offers).
Most importantly, it fits in 1 page. I’ve had people say that ATS is bad with multiple pages, and this looks like it will be fine.the job experience from past jobs isn’t sitting unviewed.
It’s only 10 pages. I’ve always been told to keep it to one page, and this does that nicely. It’s only one page because much of my experience is irrelevant and not really worth mentioning. It’s also beautiful.
Among the many impressive things about it is how it helps me hide a lot of “me” *ness* from the resume. My old resume was a drag, full of fluff and unnecessary details that perhaps made me seem overqualified. This new resume, with its clean and simple lines, allows me to focus on actually getting the job done.
It’s clean, minimal, and effective. It stands out from the rest of the clutter in my resume and makes me want to glance through it. It’s a matter of me getting over the fact that I’m in tech, and finding a way to make that known.
It is very easy to parse. since it is a template, you get a clean look no matter what content you input. In addition, it is super easy to customize. Topping it off, the testimonials at the top make this a great resume regardless of the content you input. P.
It is simple yet still eye catching. My text is in single font rather than double font, which I think is a good thing. And they did not use a bulleted list for my experience, which is a good thing, too.
I think it looks very clean and minimal, which is important for an entry-level job. Since I am applying for a “entry level” job, I don’t need a resume that goes into excruciating detail on every little job I’ve had.
There’s a strong color theme going on here, which I love. there are multiple versions of my resume here, which is great for those who want to tailor their own resumes based on the positions that they want. Third, and most importantly, there are no lines that go over or under each other.
I think the design is cleaner and easier to read than the previous version I was using. It’s a little less “flashy” once you open it up. Also, I think it’s easier to just save as a PDF in word. No more ghosting or uneven lines.
My old resume was pretty much a list of jobs and dates, with no focus on accomplishments or anything (this was for a sales position which I did not get).
Puffy to me. The information provided on the job descriptions are no longer needed. Because it’s for a web based application, I could easily store and retrieve the data using simple table functions.
Breaks up the colore (though I think red is too vibrant a color) into sections that are easier to follow. Since I have no college education to set me apart, there’s no “overview” section. Instead, each title is either a question, a fact, or an achievement.
First – it’s a template. I can tweak it to fit whatever job I’m applying for, depending on the description. Second – it’s a single page. I can’t see any reason why I shouldn’t be able to put a few sentences on the bottom saying something like “not my final draft” or whatever.
It looks clean, isn’t overwhelming, and is extremely legible. I especially like the way the creative section is laid out – each category has a main section, and then a sub-section within that, with items interspersed between each category.