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creative resume by euie creative resume by euie
this was a resume i made trying to land a writing job at university of maryland's magazine. i didn't get the job :( but was proud of the effort. it's all mine including the photo (and even the pencils).
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chabzgavz Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013
good day. may i ask how did you make this creative resume? we need to submit one in class and i'm thinking this style is great. would you teach how? if i couldn't have the template to edit, could you teach me? i greatly appreciate your help...:| ^_^
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aeroartist Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
like a lot of your other resumes, but not this one. papyrus??? NO!!!!
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2BA-d Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012
Its a good iDea Indeed!
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Stanfus Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012
Ooops.
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Stanfus Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012
On first glance it looks good and fooled me to think it was a mag cover. On closer look it became more obvious and the intention is easily recognisable. Considering the other comments, there is a clash in the typography and the semiotics of the design. It looks like a professional production of a kids club newsletter. The message doesn't say 'I'm a professional and skilled and ready for business'.
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Stanfus Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012
On first glance it looks good and fooled me to think it was a mag cover. On closer look it became more obvious and the intention is easily recognisable. Considering the other comments, there is a clash in the typography and the semiotics of the design. It looks like a professional production of a kids club newsletter. The message doesn't say 'I'm a professional and skilled and ready for business'.
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Stanfus Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012
On first glance it looks good and fooled me to think it was a mag cover. On closer look it became more obvious and the intention is easily recognisable. Considering the other comments, there is a clash in the typography and the semiotics of the design. It looks like a professional production of a kids club newsletter. The message doesn't say 'I'm a professional and skilled and ready for business'.
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Cupquakes Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011
@ocallaghantj, Also not trying to be mean, but perhaps Googling "correct grammar" would prevent YOU from appearing to be 5 years old. Lesson 1: "Your" vs "You're". Next up: Punctuation and capitalization.
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jettisonthekids Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012
LOL Cupquakes, perhaps YOU should take the grammar lesson. Your is possessive, you're is You are. He was clearly right and now you look 5.
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ocallaghantj Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2011
nice try, but i'm not trying to be mean, if you want to reach outside the box, pleas google the font's you want to use, to see what you are communicating in there use. like your mast head, is in papyrus, communicates that your 5 years old. the photo is not bad, but the only thing in any kind of focus is the eraser, what are you trying to communicate. If you want to work for a rag you might want to read up on layout books,
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