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Navdeep Raj's great looking, usable infographic CV

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16:30 PM | 15 September 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Do you design great interfaces? Then what better way to prove it by producing an easy-to-use CV like Navdeep Raj has done.

Do you design great interfaces? Then what better way to prove it by producing a CV like Navdeep Raj has done below. After all, how can you claim to understand user experience if employers have a mediocre or even bad experience reading your CV?

This creative CV from Navdeep is particularly lovely. The design is brilliantly simple and it looks a million times better than any average CV ever would. We'd certainly love to see more of this kind of thing cross our desks and we know employers in the creative industries would to. Think about how you can use your skills to produce a CV that is truly representative of them.

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