Even before infographics became so popular as a marketing and SEO tool, graphic designers where playing with them, mostly on personal projects among which the resume was always a favorite.
It’s tempting to visualise our professional skills an academic background in a non-traditional way. But making a good infographic resume sounds easier than it really is. We talked a bit about this subject recently on Visual Loop, and gathered some examples from the many available on the Internet.
Our recomendation is that you face the challenge of visually displaying your resume as an exercise, something that will help you look at yourself in a different way. Experiment, try different layouts and techniques, and above all, have fun doing it!
Luis Manuel Amaro
Branko Vukelic Yamasaki
Ryan de Cua
Alessandra de Robertis
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