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CV Superstars - Utilising timeline software

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12:29 PM | 20 March 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Stephen DeMuth, a communications designer, used a timeline to showcase his job history, experience and career highlights to date.

Stephen DeMuth, a communications designer, used a timeline to plot his career jobs to date. Although Tiki Toki, the timeline tool used, is designed for a number of purposes, CVs don’t appear to be in their list of suggested uses. And yet, timelines are perfect for CVs.

It’s always worthwhile to look at applications in different ways. You’ll almost certainly come up with something fresh and it may end up being better than the way it’s technology is currently used. Like when someone thought of putting badly written text on photos of cats they made them infinitely better.

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