I just have to point out how incredibly strange and selfish of people to spam "give me the template" comments... like, you guys. Come on. This is an artist. They design the templates themselves. It's not like its some simple and free template posted up for use on the internet that she found in secret and used.
Kelly, if you're still reading these comments it may amuse you to know that I was one of the original creators of the All Campus Radio Network, and I built the South Green Radio system. Back in the day, that studio was located in O'Bleness House - which was my dorm. Of course, the Rock Lobster was located in the RTV building. What an awesome school and experience. No wonder you're so creative.
Very nice style! Caught my eye instantly when I checked it out amongst a slew of other deviantart resumes.
Even though this is quite a few years old, I have a few critiques: - Instead of "resume," put your name. Makes you pop out more. - Check spacing on the font, and also - the font in the body doesn't seem to match the header/"resume" font too well - Try and put some subtle variation to the body text, especially the headers! Underline education, experience, skills... bold/italicize the subheaders like college for creative studios, ohio university, graphic designer, chief designer, etc. Anything that has subtext, it is usually a good idea to create some subtle variation!
Think a bit about your main visual. Is that a dead body - a murder victim? (Sprawled on the sand, eyes closed, hand thrown randomly - in lingerie and pearls, not a bathing suit, and with sand thrown randomly on the figure)
Is it supposed to be you?
If I'm hiring someone to be in charge of projects - in control of a situation and able to overcome obstacles - how does that visual support (or undermine) the competence that you presumably want to communicate in the rest of the resume?
I like the feel of it. Very cute. One problem though, the font looks awesome but the text is way to big. to far spaced out. Fix the space between the lines and you'll be fine. You'd would stand out in my resume pile.
I must thank you for your wonderful comment-- it's a complete and utter rarity when I get constructive criticism from deviantart! I think your point is right on the money, and I must say the resume was rushed for a job interview (which I ended up getting hired at!!)
Again, I thank you-- and I'll be fixing it up right quick.