54 Impressive and Well-Designed Resume Examples For Inspiration

Creativity is everywhere.If you want to stand out from the crowd,you have to be different from the others and you can do it by the creativity in your mind.A resume is a document that contains a summary of relevant job experience and education for specific employment search.Today i want to showcase very creative resume designs and you will understand what i mean.
I know some of you don’t agree or don’t like these kind of resume designs and so do i but we must admire the designers of the below resumes.Hope ypu like the collection

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by ~AkiDesign


by ~mac1388


by ~darthkix


by ~haileyivy


.by ~fede-moral


by ~Uito2


by ~duhkine


by ~euie


by ~mistis


By ~ jolieodell


By ~ Pau Morgan


By ~ Bart Claeys


by ~ChuckDLay


by ~vision5


by ~tenbiscuits


by ~comatoseheart


.by ~Chibi-Amimi


by ~pyrotensive


by ~jehcy


by ~AchisutoShinzo


by ~rkaponm


by ~ILICarrieDoll


by ~davidthegnome333


by ~MrSunnyBlack


by ~toromuco


by ~sercantunali


by ~treason3


by ~sqak


by ~bananas-web


by ~killersid


.by ~brankovukelic


by ~cheektocheek


by ~ArtPhr33k


by ~pixelprop


by ~arianedenise


by ~SeanMcNally


by ~xiruxiru


by ~pixelprop


by ~kh2838


by ~leslyg


by ~Exeivier


by ~allendarylcz


by ~eshriner


by ~Dwaylin


by ~pslv3r


by ~supercaliskier


by ~kigamonsta


by ~dancok


by ~adzyn


by ~MegaBoneDesigns


by ~aaronmulka


by ~himekane


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by ~JuDesIgnEr

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67 Comments to 54 Impressive and Well-Designed Resume Examples For Inspiration

  1. There are some creative ideas here. However, a lot of them are very poorly designed. Some people had good ideas, but they were not executed well. I saw two of them had papyrus typeface, and that is two too many.

  2. Yeah, I’m another “good idea, but bad design” opinion.

    Jeez. Typography was thrown out the window here.

    Are people just showing off their copy/paste talents or are they actually trying to communicate they can design?

  3. No.

    This is list of ‘attempts’ at creative resume design. The majority of them are most assuredly NOT well-designed.

    If a resume is difficult (or seems difficult) to read, it is not well-designed.

    Sorry.

  4. these are a disaster. if you seek a job, do not do anything remotely close to this garbage.

  5. Very few of these would be considered for a job at our design agency. For a start, most of them are terribly designed, and very badly considered. Then there’s some which have barely the required information, and lots that have too much information.

    Really, I’d be amazed if the authors of these CV/resumes end up with jobs, and even more amazed if they’re still using the same resume design in a year.

  6. I third the good idea, bad design crew and add:
    A creative CV like this can be a boon in you’re a junior and you’re mail dropping your CV to every company in town (although then I’d go for a clever ‘leave-behind’ instead), however, once you’ve got more than two years of experience, make certain your CV is legible first, professional second and creative third. Rather let your portfolio sell your creativity.

  7. A handful of these are beautifully done. CVs for design agency job applications should be more designed than a normal CV, however some of these designers need to revisit their font libraries and limit their use of multiple typefaces on the page. Some of the background illustrations had me aghast… less is more!!!!

  8. While graphically interesting, these résumés are not likely to actually be read by prospective employers. Busy Human Resources professionals want to be able to quickly scan the page and get the gist of who you are. These complicated résumés demonstrate that the candidate is not thinking about the reader, and facilitating ease of readability for them. Your portfolio is the place to show off, NOT on your résumé.

    Oh, and you might want to proofread! (And have a friend proofread if English is not your first language.) There are quite a few spelling and grammatical errors in these examples!

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  10. They all look good but I would never such colorful flashy CVs to any one unless I am applying for graphics designer’s position. Still impressive stuff