There’s nothing like a quick little google image search to knock you down a few notches. Take a quick look at a couple of very different but equally creative takes on the resumé:
Brendon Kleinman encourages you to find him on Facebook and click through these images. A neat way to take advantage of the fact that almost all potential employers will stalk you on Facebook
Frances Homo shows us how to use your head to communicate your many accolades.
Kind of wish I had seen these examples (and the others listed here by Mashable) before I jumped into the world of digital resumes. My effort below is certainly not ready to send out to prospective employers but it’s not a dreadful first attempt, especially if you don’t compare it to any of these!
Seriously, am I going to have to employ a graphic designer to secure my next job for me?
My Digital Resumé
Creating Infographics in Class
Creating infographics is hard. It makes sense that this is the last topic for course 3 as it really requires some mastery of all other components of visual literacy. You need perfect use of fonts, colour and space. You need it to be simple yet full of detail. Simple detail? What?
I put my kids to the task of making infographics not so long ago. They had to create some kind of survey to collect data and then they needed to present the data in the form of an infographic. Here is a selection of the results: