UX / Design Resumes: Top Easy Fixes + Recruiter Insights

Melissa G Kim, UX Designer

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10 Lessons (26m)
    • 1. Intro

      1:27
    • 2. Jobs & Recruiters

      2:35
    • 3. Content

      5:30
    • 4. Format & Hierarchy

      2:45
    • 5. Copy

      4:24
    • 6. Versioning

      3:03
    • 7. Personal Brand

      2:05
    • 8. Iterate

      1:18
    • 9. Remember Your User

      2:31
    • 10. Practice

      0:27
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About This Class

Let’s talk about Resumes, specifically for UX/Design since each industry has different quirks. Especially if you’re looking for your first UX position, it’s hard to know what information to include in your resume or how to format it. When your resume is next to twenty others, what will make yours stand out versus end up in the recycling bin? What are recruiters looking for anyway? This class is designed for anyone looking to improve their resume and increase their chances of landing an internship or job.

What to include or exclude in your resume? How should you organize your experience whether you have only a little or a lot? We’ll cover how you can design your resume with your user (recruiter) in mind. Then, we’ll cover the basics (outline, wording, personalization) and then go a little deeper into how to make your resume stand out to hiring managers.