10 Design-Savvy Sites That Will Redesign Your Resume for You
While you reinvent yourself for 2015, why not refresh your resume to match? Beautiful and eye-catching resumes aren’t just for creative fields of work. As employers’ attention spans get shorter, your resume needs to speak louder. Whether your goal is to get your dream job or just get it together this year, creating a new, personalized resume is a great place to start. With the templates on these sites, it’s super easy to turn your old resume into something that shows potential employers a little personality. This is your year!
1. Loft Resumes: These stunning resumes were made for grabbing your dream employer’s attention. They are on the pricier side, but they do offer resume writing and reviewing services, as well as custom designs. (via Loft Resumes)
3. Etsy: You can buy knits and jewelry on Etsy, but did you know you can also buy resume templates? Seriously, there are so many awesome templates and so little time! You’ll find a wide range of designs and prices, so we suggest shopping around before you hit “buy.” (via Odd Bits Studio)
4. Creative Market: These resumes are so cool, we want one for every season. You’ll have no problem finding a template that speaks to you, whether the design you’re looking for is funky or super professional. (via Janna Lynn Creative)
5. Visual CV: Pump up your personal brand with this 360-degree professional resume builder. Take it for a test drive and upload your current resume. From web to print and back to web, this tool is way beyond cool. (via Visual CV)
6. Resumeway: Here, you’ll find a collection of clean and crisp templates for the job seeker who’s on a budget or just not ready to commit to a pricier model. Their resumes are perfect for dipping your toes in the creative resume waters. (via Resumeway)
7. Graphicriver: Whether you’re a DJ or a CEO — or both! — you can find a unique design to stand out of the stack. It’s like having a ton of graphic designers for friends, only they all actually want to help you with your resume. (via Oloreon)
9. Orange Resume: On this site, you’ll find totally unique resumes in both print and online formats for literally every career path. For a little extra cash, they’ll transfer the info from your current resume onto the new design for you. (via Orange Resume)
10. Spicy Resumes: First off, we love the name. Second, we appreciate how these templates are beautifully designed and wallet friendly. The Spicy downloads are for Photoshop only, so make sure you have the right program before you fall in love with your new resume. (via Spicy Resumes)
Would you use a creative template for your resume? Tell us in the comments below!