A colorful multipurpose, easy to customize and modern resume & cover letter pack with a logo and photo mockup for all kinds of job applications, corporate and personal uses.
Here we zoom into it’s perfectly sized white border that sits around a circle-shaped, grayscale creative headshot.
The body of Ursus begins with a summary statement listed first, followed by a generously sized communication skill section.
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I didn’t want to just copy someone else’s design, and I wanted to give it a personal touch. I feel like this cv style is very ATS friendly and will help me get a lot more calls for interviews.
It looks so professional, I don’t like that it is a 1 page resume like I was instructed to make it. My old resume was WAY out of date looking, from a purely physical perspective, like a high school/college student wrote it. It just looked weird. My old resume didn’t even have any quantifiable numbers in it.
It’s easy to read. It doesn’t overdo it. There’s not much white space, so each job is easily readable. It’s customisable to whatever job I want to apply to. It’s not one page.
It looks great! I was able to fit everything on 1 page (image at top is not included in pdf because I had to remove some stuff to get it to a reasonable size). It is very readable, and the sections for Summary, Skills, and Professional Experience all fit very well together. My old resume looked pretty bland in comparison.
It saves me 1000x on my resume writing efforts, it looks awesome, and it’s extremely easy to edit.
I haven’t had to create a resume in a long time. I have worked several jobs over the years, just not in my field. So I have no idea what feels good to create a new resume for. Finally, I’m concerned about ATS.
It’s simple to read/follow: _A_ is bolded so that even computer generated text doesn’t mix with actual resumes. – It has no border or corner brackets; they just go everywhere if you have an image file attached.
It is much easier for me to organize and fit my information to look good and be easy to read/parse.
It’s clean, simple, and modern looking, which is a first for me. My old resume had lots of “fluff” and color, which every one I looked at was a mess that could have been marketed at a nursing home decades ago. The paragraph layout is also new, and very easy on the eyes.
I haven’t had to use a resume since I was with my last employer. That was years and years ago, and now I’m in a situation a bit different. I was able to get a rough idea of how my experience worked by going through what my previous boss had written for me in his last post, and removing any personal information.
It looks good on paper with little white space around text (my old one was just **a dense mess** in terms of whitespace), it’s easy to skim because each section is distinct rather than muddled together under another header/text etc.
It’s functional! Every line tells you something with clear context: “This text will tell what that word or set of words mean. ” Secondly, because people tend to type shit on MS Word they assume *I can’t read’. This makes them write long ass answers which make no sense whatsoever once someone digs into their brain.
It is very clean. It follows the “droid” visual structure. I like how clean it is, and how it follows the structure of a “droid” file.
I believe that a good resume should serve as a blueprint for the interview. It’s especially important since many job portals use very similar templates (Word, Excel, etc.
I think the template is totally kickass. It’s clean, minimal, and dressed with black and white colors only (no gray fonts or anything crazy).
It’s clean, simple, and it’s not over the top with colors and bad font and stuff like that.
The first is the color. I’ve been told by recruiters that my resume looks great, with a hint of red. It also helps that I’m in the US, where red is the standard color for business.