Oct 15, 2022


It's critical to convey your abilities and expertise in a way that appeals to potential employers when creating a good CV. An innovative substitution for the conventional resume format is a visual resume, commonly referred to as an "infographic resume." It can be a potent weapon for drawing attention and showcasing the traits that make you the perfect candidate for the job you want.


An alternate method of presenting all the information on a typical resume in a style that is more visually appealing is to use a visual resume, also known as a graphic resume or a visual CV. Your resume may be more effective with a more graphic style due to the predominance of social media sites that are visually driven.

Visual resumes convey the same information as other resume forms, but in a way that is considerably more appealing and aesthetically pleasant. Although a visual resume's format might change based on the demands of the person developing it, the majority of visual resumes use infographics, charts, and timelines to highlight a candidate's achievements and career.

Visual resumes are effective in almost every field, although some occupations or employers may find them unsuitable. Prior to applying, it's crucial to do some research on the organization and the position. Then, you should personalize your resume to the particular situation. The best applications for a visual CV will vary, however there are some fields where creative expression, creativity, and personality are highly valued, such as,

  • Graphic design
  • Web design
  • Advertising
  • Art
  • Copywriting
  • Social media management

Regardless of the profession you choose, it is advantageous to have a second resume in addition to your visual CV that is more appropriate in various settings. Because they can't read images, ATS systems could find it challenging to extract the relevant data from your visual resume. It's critical to order for your resume to pass an employer's applicant tracking system.

  • To make sure that systems can gather and view your crucial data, save the text as a separate text layer on your visual resume.
  • Use graphic resumes primarily for applications submitted through email, in person, or to hand to a hiring manager after an interview.
  • Avoid utilizing too many colors or images on your CV that makes it looking unprofessional.


Though visual resumes can be a great way to differentiate yourself from other applicants, there are some tips and guidelines you should follow.


Whatever format you decide on for your resume, the focus should be on the content. All resumes must to contain the same essential details, like:

  • Occupational title
  • Skills
  • Experience
  • Education

Strong action verbs can also be used to describe your accomplishments. Finally, the images on a visual resume should highlight these features rather than taking their place.


Going through your resume and giving certain materialistic attention is required by emphasizing it with images or placing it in a strategic location might be helpful. Be mindful of content that could be repeated or that belongs in a different section.


Remember that your resume should be no more than one page. Without confusing the visual components of your resume, including a link to your portfolio is a terrific approach to demonstrate your personality and the projects you have worked on.


It could be challenging to fit all of your material onto one page, depending on your degree of skill. Making a graphic resume should assist in resolving this issue rather than exacerbating it. Revert to a more conventional format if you feel that the additional visual features are making your resume overpowering.


Most hiring managers examine applications and make snap judgments about them in less than six seconds. By looking over a job description for keywords and requirements, setting a timer for six seconds, and trying to identify at least five items on your resume that match the description, you can test your resume to see if your key accomplishments and talents are obvious. Although you can do this test on your own, it can be beneficial to have someone else evaluate you who hasn't already seen your resume. You can reach us at d@cvdesigner.in or give us a call at 0091 844 844 8780 for further queries.

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