25 Creative Resumes That Speak Your Ability
The most important thing when it comes to applying for a job is a resume or CV. It will be the first impression on your ‘maybe’ future-employer, even before they get to interview you. It can actually play a greater role in your employment than the interview itself. Some employers will solely depend on the CV of the employee when giving away a job.
Designers usually have similar skills and techniques, but what matters is which one has more creativity. Designers can be certified in Photoshop, but this thing does not ensure that they are creative and innovative. Knowing a lot of tricks and techniques can definitely make your work quicker, how can you use it efficiently if you don’t have creativity? A lot of designer lack certification, but they can create some really nice work because they are excessively creative. So you have to have both, creativity and the necessary techniques to strike a balance and create some awesome work.
Most of the firms/agencies value the fact that visual work speaks for itself. So a different and unique CV is quite important. It shows your personality and creativity, and tells people what you are capable of. So creating a unique CV is actually worth it. You should always remember that your employer will see your CV first, and then comes your portfolio and interview. So in order to help you get some inspiration we will be presenting some really cool examples. Check them out, get inspired, create an awesome CV and get employed!
Sabrina Saccocio & Her Facebook Resume
Jonathan Kaczynski & His Subway Map Resume
Joe Kelso & His Old-School Movie Poster Resume
Chuck D. Lay & His Old-School Newspaper Style Resume
Melissa Washin & Her Sewn Fabric Resume
Eric Gandhi & His Google Resume
Benjamin Dooling & His Coffee Bag Resume
Shakira Twigden & Her Badass Typographic Resume
Brian Moose & His Vintage Resume Package
Sarah Odgers & Her 3D Resume
Miguel Rato & His Milk Box Resume
Mike Freeman & His Bookable Resume