The Art of Resumes

I have a great respect for how words lay on a page. Often the frustration of developing a resume itself for a job beholden to your life is among the highest stressful projects one may encounter. Primarily, trying to fit the right concepts for the right positions to showcase your ability and personality. Staging your information to earn the respect of your prospects. The flow, the sale, the emotion. That’s the upfront investment you must spend to find the best position, right for you. But the design of a resume, how it suits your aesthetic sensitivities or how it represents the creative direction you’re seeking is also a nice artform. Troy Dixon Marketing