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Resume with horizontal timeline and world map

Resume with horizontal timeline and world map

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Published by Matthew Huebert
Goals of this resume:

1. Must be printable in black & white on one page.
2. Make visual sense of non-traditional job & education patterns. A resume for the 21st century.

Benefits:

1. It's easy to compare the length of time you've spent in various professional & educational pursuits.
2. Your cross-cultural / global work experience is put in visual context.
3. Your educational activities are grouped visually to emphasize their duration and content, and de-emphasize ceremonial end-points ("the degree").

This is just a first attempt, to get feedback and new ideas. I expect the best solutions to be anticlimactic: simple designs that attract as little attention as possible. As Edward Tufte says, "The resume is a document, not a design statement. The design should not attract attention; the design of a resume should be straightforward and harmless. That is the best that resume design can do: straightforward and harmless."
Goals of this resume:

1. Must be printable in black & white on one page.
2. Make visual sense of non-traditional job & education patterns. A resume for the 21st century.

Benefits:

1. It's easy to compare the length of time you've spent in various professional & educational pursuits.
2. Your cross-cultural / global work experience is put in visual context.
3. Your educational activities are grouped visually to emphasize their duration and content, and de-emphasize ceremonial end-points ("the degree").

This is just a first attempt, to get feedback and new ideas. I expect the best solutions to be anticlimactic: simple designs that attract as little attention as possible. As Edward Tufte says, "The resume is a document, not a design statement. The design should not attract attention; the design of a resume should be straightforward and harmless. That is the best that resume design can do: straightforward and harmless."

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Categories:Types, Resumes & CVs
Published by: Matthew Huebert on Jan 03, 2009
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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