30+ Simple Resume Design Ideas that work

Simple Resume Design Ideas that work
Resume Designs doesn’t matter when you are applying for a job, in which you have enough skill. But bad resumes make a different impression. If you have come up with a design which has lot of elements/info in it, first thing to do is show it to some of your friends and find out, if it works.

If you are looking for simple resume desgins for your job/project ,here are some inspirational ideas for you . Some people like their resume templates to be completely different and end up adding too many images in it. Most of the times those templates fail to point out the important things they are capable of doing .

We have collected some 30+ Simple Resume Design Ideas that might actually work when you apply for a job .Stay tuned for next roundup of some awe inspiring resume template designs.

Simple Resume Design Ideas

Akashrine - Web Designer Resume

Resume Template by ~DerrickNiehaus

Server Resume by ~rkaponm

Resume by ~mindsize

my cv resume by ~ThatNiqqaSean

KenjiBoy -Graphic Design resume

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Karla3D – CG Modeller Resume

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My Resume by ~montia

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Typographic Resume by ~mac1388

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Rei’s Resume by ~Rei-pash

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Stinoga - Graphic Designer Resume

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Scott Tiger – Computer Programmer Resume

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Julie Betters -Art Director/Graphic Designer Resume

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Clowney – 3D Modeller Resume

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Andre Morgan - Designer Resume

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Roger Pallan - Music Recorder Resume

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Resume by ~tonyzinser
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Valmont - Graphic Designer Resume
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My resume by ~3tx
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David Fernandez - Game Developer Resume

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IVY- Web Developer Resume

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Hertell – Graphic Designer Resume

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Tasha_lee-resume

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Ryan Thomas

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Graphic Designer Resume by ~bdechantal

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Resume by ~migratingevilpoo

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Terry Dee
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Designer Resume by ~sararoha

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Resume by *ximena07

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Resumeby ~Veronica-Dominique

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Resume – Naveen Mamgain

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My Resume by ~ryan-gfx

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  1. Kent @ HR Uncovered says:

    Unless you are in a design related field, these are all likely to be perceived as gimmicky.

    I generally recommend that my clients avoid colors and graphics, since they tend to be frowned upon by readers and often compromise readability. Instead, it is much more effective to focus on developing accomplishment focused content. Speaking to quantifiable achievements will set you apart far more than a splashy format (especially when you take into account that resume screening software will often remove all of the formatting and graphics).

    If you need help identifying accomplishments and creating a resume that really sets you apart, reach out: http://www.tandemresumes.com

  2. chris says:

    Perhaps ok for design, but to say these “work” is wrong. They “work” if you want to be a designer, too bad 90% of us don’t. The real art is making a CV that is effective if you aren’t a designer, too bad no one would care for such an article.

  3. Great! Very creative ways of making an artistic resume and CV.
    These CV and resume are looking very beautiful at the same time these have professional touch. Amazing……..
    Thanks keep on sharing……………..

  4. 99designs says:

    Brilliant idea for making our resume strong. Some very important points discussed to keep in mind for writing resume to make our career more vast. Thanks and i keep it for Bookmark for future reference.

  5. Oh Please! says:

    @ Anon above. come on now he is applying for a serving position not design. So I’m positive the person that’s reviewing his resume could care less about his shotty photoshop skills.

  6. matthew ellman says:

    i think this is good stuff. i just wanna know what tgi fridays this guy worked at if he sold $15,000 of stuff a shift that would mean theoretically he would make around $2,500 a shift thats over $10,000 a week or $40,000+ a month, about a 1/2 million a year. why would he be looking for a job?

  7. Anon says:

    Mathew Villalovos could not be bothered to cut the hands out cleanly or properly. While it is an interesting design, that is some seriously shoddy workmanship. I would not hire him based on this resume.

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