Whoa, amazing job! I'm researching resume formats for a project, and this is one of the first I've seen that can pull off the sideways appearance And I also love your font. Which one is it? *looks hopeful to steal font in uncopyrighted*
This is an amazing CV, I really love the structural layout of text here its so striking Im sure your employers never missed this CV. I have been looking around the Internet for some time to look for inspirations and this one caught my eye instantly I have already come up with a original design my main concern now is the content (this is my first time in applying for jobs in Design). Thanks for sharing this with us once its complete I would appreciate your feedback on my one. I believe this site should have an advice section to help artists write CV's what do you think?
Glad you like it! And I am sure yours will turn out fantastic It would be helpful for people to have a section like that, but since that isn't the focus of the site - might not be within their plan. I love it when people post things they are working on though. They open the floor up for people to comment and add suggestions / edits / ideas. You could always do something like that. ...of course, I'm answering this way after you've posted. So you may have already finished your design If so, I'd love a look!
Hi, thank you so much for getting back to me - I didn't think you would reply back knowing the huge fan base you have ^^ Yeah I recently did a resume not too long ago and just for you I managed to upload it for you and others to see.
The past few months had me jumping from one CV adviser to another its become a full-time job - they always told me to keep it basic and simple and as an artist the thought of that kinda made me cringe lol.
Here's the [link] when you have the time please have look, its not as fantastic as yours. This is the best I can come up with.
So sorry I haven't commented sooner...it's been quite a while since I've been on DA (life has been a bit crazy lately).
I do not have a template of my resume, and I do not intend to make one. But if it helps, I used Adobe InDesign to create it and the typeface I used was Helvetica. However, I encourage you to play around a little bit and make your resume unique to you, rather than just plug your information into a template.....it will bring you much more (and better) attention.
What I've learned in my portfolio class is that you don't need to list any employment that doesn't related to your field (unless it's considered leadership, then add it), or stuff you did in High School. If you've done freelance and stuff, add that. Employers pretty much just do a quick scan of a resume, so you need all the main info present and anything that's not related to be left out.
I'll keep that in mind when I redo my resume, but so far I haven't actually gotten any 'real world experience.' I've just had part time jobs to help pay my way through school. But hopefully that will change soon