The ability to effectively market yourself to a prospect employer is something that requires a lot of research, an outstanding resume, and even rejection. Fortunately, we can provide the second requirement—the resume. In this article, you can download templates and examples of minimalist infographic resumes. Yes, it’s time to move on from producing a resume that’s plain and uninteresting. Why stick to traditional, boring designs when you can create one that will surely make you stand out from other applicants? Check out our samples below.
Infographics and minimalism can actually go together, and this resume template is just one proof that. You can either use more of the other, but in this template, both elements are equally utilized, which makes the resume simple and unpretentious. So if you’re aiming to produce a clean and straightforward summary of yourself, download this template now.
In our contemporary world, colors have carved their place and have given significance to numerous things; however, there will always be people who will stay in love with black and white. Definitely, some employers (the so-called traditional ones) belong to that percentage of people who prefer black and white. If you’re in their league and are looking for a job, you might want to check out the monochrome resume template above. With its minimalist design, you can never go wrong in trying to impress your prospect employers.
Some resumes are meant to be colorful and graphic while some suggest a more corporate feel. If you’re one of those people who prefer the latter, then check out the infographic resume template above. Specifically designed for applicants who have a background in the BPO industry, this resume template will put you at an edge among others as it provides a sense of professionalism to your character. Moreover, the template comes with a sample application letter which proves to be very useful especially when applying for professional work.
Your resume is seen as a precise representation of yourself, so it is very important for you to make one that closely resembles who you think you really are. If you think you are rather cute, creative, and do not want to conform to traditional resume formats, try the sample resume above. What makes it uncommon from other formats is that the writer used a drawing of herself rather than an actual picture of her, plus the light choice of colors makes it appeasing to the eyes.
Creating a minimalist resume might seem easy, but it can really be a tough job; incorporating various information about yourself in a single sheet of paper will never be easy work. But in order to cope with today’s industrial demands, you must learn how to. After all, they say less is more. Refer to this sample to guide you in producing your own clear and attractive curriculum vitae.
If you want to use both infographics and colors while maintaining a minimalist approach in your resume, then you have just found the right sample! Caroline Thompson’s resume perfectly places her information in a balance with the help of lines and the only two colors in her paper. It is simple and pleasing to the eyes, all the while equally presenting the necessary information about herself.
In some instances, your resume must reflect the kind of job that you currently have or are looking for. Correspondingly, the sample resume above is from architect Erik Martensson, and he did quite an amazing job at creating a topographical representation of his life experiences and skills. It is unique and creative despite being in monochrome. If you are an aspiring architect, you might want to make a similar marketing strategy for your target employers.
A minimalist approach in a resume doesn’t necessarily mean the complete absence of words. Sometimes, you have to use words to highlight certain points in your resume, like the Experiences section. In the sample above from Gabriel Valdivia, he uses about half of the paper to showcase his experiences. If you have a lots of relevant work experiences to list down, you might as well download this sample to guide you.
Job applicants in the graphic arts have their own challenges, and one of those is presenting their capabilities primarily through a competent and creative resume. Admittedly, some resumes made for those purposes tend to go overboard and lose that sense of professionalism. To avoid just that, you might want to refer to the sample resume above from graphic designer, James Ward. How he used those infographics is unconventional, and although he used lots of colors in a single page, the paper did not lose its minimalist effect.
If you want to incorporate a handful of colors while maintaining a minimalist design in your resume, consider downloading the sample above. The writer has effectively made use of infographics and lines which made all the required information fit appropriately in only one page. Plus, choosing pastel colors instead of dark ones or the monochromes just made it even more attractive.
Do you hate using dividers or borders to separate information on a resume? If you do, then you have just come across a sample to guide you on how to segregate information without resorting to the typical way. Vincenzo Castro’s curriculum vitae looks cooler in a black background and without those dividers that you typically see in most resumes. Instead, he made use of icons to separate his data. Even with this design, your presented information will not look like they are fighting over who gets to be emphasized as they are equally disseminated.