When designing a resume, the following process is followed:
Preparation: Information about the candidate, including their work history, education, and skills, is gathered. The candidate’s career goals and the type of positions they are seeking are also considered.
Research: Industry standards and best practices for resume design, as well as the requirements of the target employers, are researched.
Outlining: An outline for the resume is created, including the sections that should be included and the information that should be highlighted.
Design: A suitable template is selected, and the resume is designed by incorporating graphics, images, and text as needed. An appropriate font and color scheme are also chosen.
Review and Refinement: The resume is reviewed with the candidate, and revisions are made based on feedback. The design is refined until it meets the candidate’s requirements and the standards of the target employers.
Finalization: The resume is finalized and prepared for delivery, ensuring that it is saved in a compatible format for the candidate to use in job applications.
Please note that these steps provide a general overview of the process for designing a resume. The specific details of the design may vary depending on the candidate’s requirements and the designer’s preferences.