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What Is a Designer Resume?

This is a type of resume that is specifically designed to help one attain the position of a professional designer. Whether one is applying for a fashion designer or even a graphic designer, there is no doubt that this exactly what one would want to use to get the job. Know that this kind of resume is more creative in terms of how it looks as it can be used to show off one's skills in coming up with a good design.

How to Make Designer Resumes in Publisher

1. Think About How You Want to Make It

When making your resume, you need to consider whether just how much information it's going to cover. This is because it will help you decide as to whether you'll be making a one-page resume or two or even more pages. Also, you will need to consider what kind of layout it should have so that you'll know how you should go about in organizing its contents and what design you should go for.

2. Use Microsoft Publisher

Although not the most ideal program for making a resume, you can still use Microsoft Publisher to make the document. Open up the program and then click on the File tab and select New. From there, you should be given the option to either start from scratch or choose a template. If you're going with the latter, then you can choose from the many different resume templates there are available. Once you've made your choice, you simply need to edit it until you have what you need.

3. List Down Your Work Experience and Education

When listing down your job history, make sure to include everything even though it's not designer-related. Be sure to point out details such as the name of the companies you worked for, what positions you've held, and how long your stay was with each of them. As for your education, it's as simple as putting in the name of the educational institution that you graduated from and the year that you finished. If you took any other course or programs that gave you the skills and knowledge needed for becoming a professional designer, then be sure to include those.

4. Point Out Any Notable Achievements

This is the section of the resume where you get to show off to your potential employer. It's usually best to only include achievements that's noteworthy and ones that point out just how valuable you are as an employee. Make sure to point out when exactly you were given the award and the name of the company or individual that is responsible for handing it to you.

5. Share Your Skills and Hobbies

Lastly, you'll want to include what it is that you do and what you're good at. When typing in your skills, only include those that are relevant to the designer job you're applying for as employers will definitely be focusing on those. As for your hobbies, choose the ones that have helped you grow as a person and as an employee.

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