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Curriculum Vitae by Jonny-Rocket Curriculum Vitae by Jonny-Rocket
Finally got around to uploading something! Been busy working for the man. This is my CV which I did at the beginning of the year which probably laid me the job and was great at attracting attention among several hundred applicants. Don't do MS Word resumes. Apparently they get thrown in the bin without being looked at.

The spec bar is something I decided the play around with. I quite like it, but not too sure if it goes with a project like this.
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robote Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012
Amazing ...
monagir Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012
Would you be open to making a film resume for me if I pay?
JohnFront Featured By Owner May 6, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
A killer resume!! The problem is that the contact details are well hidden and very small. If I was an employer I would loose my 5 seconds searching. I would keep the CV only because it's an eye candy!
salaciouslovely Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2011  Student General Artist
I love this. And I think what makes it a blast is you did a cover letter to snatch their attention. I've read/heard that Cover letters are becoming a trend of the past but you've put it to perfect use here using it to get their attention to look at your CV. Old or not it serves as a perfect example for designers everywhere that some things shouldn't be forgotten/trashed but reinvented to best serve you.
AldosKirin Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011  Student Digital Artist

I'm stuck with my own CV, mind if I ask for some pointers? this one is a blast!
vtx008 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
this is great! thanks for the look see! I think I will have to start from scratch. I need my resume to standout and I want to keep your inspiration in mind.
tilpot Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011   Interface Designer
Great CV!
JimValid Featured By Owner May 13, 2011
Currently in the process of re-designing my own resume. I've been looking at a few examples online to draw inspiration from, and this is by far one of my favourites. It's interesting that you've used a 'warning label' motif here for the cover letter. It's immediately attention grabbing and the fine details visible on the cover have a sense of humour to them.
Jonny-Rocket Featured By Owner May 16, 2011
Thanks :) When I was recruited, apparently they lined up all the CV's on the table and mine was one of the few that stood out the most. So anything to get attention is helpful.

Just be mindful your design that is can also send out the wrong message to your target audience. So while recruiters who are creatives might love a CV that has gone all out, it might not go down so well if you are applying for management or technical jobs.
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