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30 Creative Resume Designs Able to Land a New Job

For a designer, a resume must be more than a list of work experience and education. It needs to be a well-crafted document that gets your design skills across as much as your experience. You can work off resume templates or you could go about designing one yourself. If you were to go the personal route, it would display your capabilities of layout and color combinations straight off the bat. Just as these resume examples do.


Did we leave any of your favorite resume designs out? Be sure to share them in the comments!

Danielle Porter is a freelance writer. Danielle freelance's at DesignCrowd.com - a crowdsourcing site for logo design and design bidding.

4 Comments
  1. Reply Will July 13, 2011 at 10:08 PM

    AMAZING! I really should update my resume. :-)

  2. Reply Gonzo the Great July 13, 2011 at 11:29 PM

    Hi Danielle,

    nice showcase of resumé designs, or shall I say nice dribbble shots ;-P

    As a webdesigner I believe the best way to represent your skills is to make an online resumé. A pity you missed my resumé on dribbble, so here it is:

    http://rajtoral.com/cv/

    Thanks for the share, Cheers & Ciao ..

  3. Reply Design by Daniel July 25, 2012 at 4:05 AM

    Hi Danielle, thanks for including my resume as well. Great collection!!!

  4. Reply Alain March 21, 2013 at 3:47 PM

    Hi ! Sure design resumes like these is a good point to be noticed and have a meeting.
    You’ll can find some awesome examples on http://www.creative-resume.net , my blog about awesome resumes. I did a creative resume and jobseek (resumé on sale) and i’m now employed.
    Now .. I share them to the world :-)

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