I follow the following process when designing a resume:
Preparation: I gather information about the candidate, including their work history, education, and skills. I also consider the candidate’s career goals and the type of positions they are seeking.
Research: I research industry standards and best practices for resume design, as well as the requirements of the target employers.
Outlining: I create an outline for the resume, including the sections that should be included and the information that should be highlighted.
Design: I select a suitable template and begin designing the resume, incorporating graphics, images, and text as needed. I also choose an appropriate font and color scheme.
Review and Refinement: I review the resume with the candidate and make revisions based on feedback. I refine the design until it meets the candidate’s requirements and the standards of the target employers.
Finalization: I finalize the resume and prepare it for delivery, ensuring that it is saved in a compatible format for the candidate to use in job applications.
The above steps provide a general overview of my process for designing a resume. The specific details of the design may vary depending on the candidate’s requirements and my design preferences.