Your resume (or CV-curriculum vitae) is a crucial part of your ability to market yourself. It should be approached with as much energy and effort as you would any other aspect of your comprehensive portfolio. A resume presents you with a fundamental and critical information design problem, and will require your best typographic and layout skills. It will be judged as a prime example of your design sensibilities and needs to communicate your educational and work experiences as clearly and concisely as possible. It should also, in a limited fashion, relate back to the look and feel established by your portfolio design. Keep in mind, however, that your resume is a unique visual problem. Don't force ...

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