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My new CV.. I'm attempting to get a job in design, illustration or animation.

(it's a .pdf - click Download File to view)

I tend to add and take away pages and adapt it slightly as I send it off for different jobs but..

All comments and suggestions welcome!
RubixChick Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ooh, very nice! I really like how intentional you've designed all this, kept it far from default and boring. I also like how each project has it's own page and it's own mini description. My only quibble is that on the page where you're introducing yourself as a prospect employee, there's a lot going on on that one page in comparison to the others that are simple and clean. So I felt like it's busy-ness made it hard to find what to focus on.

You have on the left side references, the jobs/schools you were in etc. And then on the right, what's like a cover letter where you're "advertising" your skills/achievements to employers. I think to increase readability and give each part it's own importance, maybe the left side could be it's own page and the right side, it's own - the two columns wider as well. That way it doesn't feel like you're trying to cram all of your information on one page. And then there's a page before the last where you have drawings and unlike the other pages, no descriptions or word bubble. So when I got to it, I knew it was your work, I was just a bit confused because it broke from the pattern you kept throughout.

Other than that, I really like the design. And the fonts are easy to read. And your works are arranged simply, clean, and each given their own spotlight. I hope you get an awesome job! :iconherotimeplz:
InvisibleSnow Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Thanks for your comments again Rubix!

I decided you're right about the drawings page with no description so I've added in one (its on there now if you want to see).

And i'm going to see what I can do about the first page, it might well work better spread out a bit over two pages. I'll have a play around with it i think.

Thank youuu!
RubixChick Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're very welcome. :iconhandsomeonionplz:

And I saw the edited version. Definitely fits better now that you have a description with it. Happy job hunting!
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