To start we need:
- The size of the project desig or custom size
- your images
- your text if required
- sample style image you like
- modification desired
- product images in high resolution
What you’ll get in return?
- Design of your desired size
- design of your desired extention file
- unlimited revisions
- dedicated support
- affordable pricing
- print ready design
Resume design principles that will get you hired
1) Choose the perfect font
Firstly, using a unique font can be a simple way to make your resume stand out from a sea of Arial and Times New Roman. There is no right or wrong font when it comes to resumes, but here are a few basic guidelines to keep in mind:
- Make sure any font you use is legible both on a screen and in print. Keep font sizes between 11 and 13 points. Any smaller than that, and even the sleekest font risks becoming illegible.
- Be consistent with how you use different font sizes. For example, all headers should be the same size, as should all body text.
- Sans serif fonts are usually a good option for more creative or digital fields. Serif fonts still have their place in more traditional or old school industries.
- Avoid using Comic Sans. Not only is it widely despised by people in the design industry, it gives off an childlike vibe. The same can also be said for Papyrus.
2) Add visual emphasis to your contact info
Secondly, iyou want recruiters to contact you (and, if you’re applying for a job, presumably you do), make it easy for them.
However, make sure the contact section is visually prominent by placing it at the top of the page. If you’re submitting the cv electronically, include a live link for your email address. Depending on the industry in question, it may also be valuable to include live links to social media profiles.
3) Make content skimmable
In conclusion the human brain is bombarded with content from the moment we wake up to the moment we go to sleep. Emails, text, breaking news it’s almost impossible to read every single word. So, we found a way to cope with all of it by skimming content to get the gist.
In addition resumes are no different. Research shows that HR reps will spend about six seconds on your resume. Make the most of those precious seconds by ensuring your resume is skimmable.