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Simplicity and style: a lovely graphic design CV and portfolio

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15:15 PM | 21 October 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Here's a nicely conceived self-promotion piece from Indonesian graphic designer Jatidiri Ono.

It stands out massively over your run-of-the-mill, everyday CV and yet Jatidiri has managed to keep it very simple and very pure. It goes to show that you have to add glitter and jingly bells to make your CV stand out. Something simple and understated can work very effectively.

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