Theme Layout


Boxed or Wide or Framed


Theme Translation

Display Featured Slider


Featured Slider Styles


Display Grid Slider


Grid Slider Styles


Display Trending Posts


Display Author Bio


Display Instagram Footer

how to + resumes

I'm psycho about wanting my resume to look perfect. I know it matters what the resume is actually saying, but that doesn't mean it needs to look boring. I found a ton of design inspiration via Pinterest, and ended up just making a few of my own.

Making all of these templates was honestly really easy and didn't really require that much effort. Open Microsoft Word, and instead of just a regular document, open a Word Publishing Layout. I downloaded a few free fonts online, and made a series of text boxes in different arrangements!

Share :

1 comment:

  1. Good for you! I have been working a few years but a tip that I have heard is that a majority of people tend to scan a resume with their eyes in a "Z" shape starting with the left hand corner, across to the right, then down diagonally to the left. Could be useful when deciding how to layout different sections!



Follow @whimsicalcharmblog