Great infographic resume designs from around the world.
Robin Good's insight:
If you are planning to create a visual CV for yourself soon, do not waste your time trying out the many cool alternative tools that are available out there to create one, like Easel.ly, LinkedIN Resume Builder, Vizify, Infogr.am and several others.
In my view, even if you use a fancy visualization tool, what makes the most difference is having a unique visual "idea" to support the presentation of your credentials.
This is why I suggest that, if you have the fancy and skills to create your own visual CV, there is no better resource for inspiration that I know of, than this huge Pinterest collection by Randy Krum.
It is invaluable. Worth even a paid print edition. 9/10
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