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How To Create a Resume in Canva

teacher avatar Dawid Tuminski

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Welcome to the Class

      1:42

    • 2.

      Your Project

      4:09

    • 3.

      Let's Add the Left Column First

      6:12

    • 4.

      Let's Add the Portrait Photo

      4:34

    • 5.

      Let's Add the First Text and Start Building the Type Hierarchy

      14:18

    • 6.

      Let's Add the Main Information

      7:12

    • 7.

      Let's Add the Second Page and Finish the Design

      5:08

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In this class you will learn howto create a professionally looking resume in Canva. In the process you will learn how to

  • add and edit photos
  • use frames as clipping masks
  • build out a type hierarchy

Briefly speaking, you will learn how to use Canva to design engaging but professional resumes, to let you stand out from the crowd!

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1. Welcome to the Class: Hello and welcome to this class in which you are going to learn how to create a nicely looking professional resume here inside the canvas. So in this class we are going to create this CV that's divided into two columns. And along the way, you're going to learn some nice Canva techniques on adding images in the background, adding images in frames, and even creating this kinda like a long shadow effect. But also you're going to learn how to create your own typography or higher when creating more like print oriented projects like this one, like this resume project. So as you can see, this CV is divided into two columns. On the left, we have the main information about our candidate, the contact information, and some about me, a text and on the right we have the main sections that hold that some business experience information, certificates, education, technical skills. Then also, we will add a second page. Here on the right. We're going to simply add a nice, like a cover letter just to add some more information about the candidate. So all in all, it's a pretty simple design, but that will allow you to understand a lot of firm important information that you need to be aware of when designing resumes like this one. And if you're not familiar with Canada, I definitely encourage you to take a look at my Canvas course that is also available here on Skillshare. So without further ado, let's just jump in and start our design. 2. Your Project: So now I strongly believe in learning. By doing so, I highly encourage you to create a class project and to submit it in the class project section of this, of this class. And if you don't know how to create a project here inside Skillshare, let me, let me show you how to do it. We're gonna do it together. Of course, in this class we are going to create this CV. And if you want to share it in the community, Here's what you could do. Let's go to the Share tab. And here let's go to the download option. And Canva is going to suggest that we could use the PDF file type because that would be a good file type if you want to actually share your actual CV with someone. But for our purposes, so we can simply use a JPEG file type. I'm just going to download this file. And now we can simply call our file. Let's call it my resume project. Just like that. I'm going to save it. And then I'm going to go to my class. Here inside the class we got this Projects and Resources tab. And here we got this green button that says Create Project. So I'm going to click on it. And the first thing that we can do here is we can upload a cover image. So I'm going to click on the Upload Image button. And this is this file right here. And the thing is that here we should add a horizontal, horizontal, final horizontal design. But we don't have it. We have a CV that by nature is vertical. So what we simply could do is we could crop this guy to something like that. This is going to be our cover image. And then we can just hit Submit. This is gonna be our cover image for the project title, I'm going to type in something like my resume project. And for the description we can type in something like here's my resume project I made in Canva or something like that. It's just a matter of adding a few words of a few words describing your project. Now what we could also do is we could add an image here inside the project description box. So if we click on that and grab our, my resume project or this file right here is going to be uploaded to our project description. And now we can see this whole project like this. So if you want to add your own resume, Be my guest if you want to do that. Although I would, um, if you wanna do that, I would highly advise you to like cover all the sensitive data, like your maybe your email address or maybe even your social media links. But I think it's better to stay on the safe side and just use like dummy content here to create this resume that you would want to share with the community here inside Skillshare. So you can make your project private if you want. But I'm going to keep it public because I do want to share it with the community. So once everything is ready, I'm just going to click on Publish. And once that's done, you can see that we've got my project. Will I get my project here? So this is, this is this project. If I click on it, you can see that I'm gonna be, I'm gonna be able to preview this project right here. We've got this cover image and we got this full resume down, down here. So I would be great if you wanted to add your project, if you wanted to just show that you actually learn something. And maybe if you want, I could give you some well on some feedback on on that design, if you wish to, you can always just type that in inside them, the project description. But there you go. This is how you can create a class project here inside the sculpture. And again, I highly encourage you to do so just to, just to practice your skills and actually have something to show for once the project is done. 3. Let's Add the Left Column First: So for our next project, I've decided that we might create something like a resume. I know it's a very popular design among a lot of people. So I thought that might be a good idea to just learn how to create a resume that's both like conveying professionalism, but is also pleasing to the eye. So let's start with again. I am on my desktop version of Canva, so I'm gonna go, we'll go ahead and click on this plus symbol. And I'm just going to type in resume like that. And I'm just going to click on this first project that we can see on the list. Of course, as you see here, you will find lots of different examples of resumes. And like a lot of them, maybe even most of them have one thing in common. They of course have a photo. But as you can see, not all of them. Sometimes you don't need to put a photo inside a resume. But a lot of them are like divided into two columns as you can see, like this one right here, this one right here, or even this one right here. And it might look really well if you're just willing to create like a like a single, single page resume because it allows you to I had a lot of information on just one page, but again, make it easily distinguishable and just to make it look nice. So that's what we're going to do here as well. Now, before we start, we need to also think about whose resume. Now this is going to be because it may affect like the color scheme that you're going to go for. If I'd say resume for like, I don't know, like a business analyst or a marketing manager know someone, let's say like professional, then you would want to tone down your color scheme. But if it's for a creative person, you can be a bit more creative with your resume, but you always have to remember that you are creating this resume for people from HR. So people who are just going to be looking for like the most important information, they're not gonna be looking for creativity or any like flashy things. So that's just something to keep in mind. So let's create like a professional CD, but that's going to also look nice. And I thought that we might create a CV or resume for business analysts. And I'm going to create a resume that's gonna be like divided into two parts. The left one, the left column is going to be, well, it's just gonna be like basically a photo like the personal information and maybe it's like a piece, something like about me. And on the right we're going to have the work experience, maybe education, like skills certifications, things like that. So I'm going to start with the adding the left bar. Let's call it a bar. I'm gonna go to elements. And I'm just going to grab the simple rectangle. And I'm just going to put it somewhere here to the side. And I'm going to make it span across the whole page from top to bottom. Like something like this. This should be okay. I don't want it to look like this gray. I wanted to make it I want to have like a bigger contrast between the left to Barlett left column and the right column. And like the most professional color I guess would be, would be dark gray or navy blue. And since I prefer navy blue, that's the color I'm going to go for. So I'm just gonna go to my shapes, I mean to my colors. And I'm just going to try to find the navy blue that is going to look something like that may be a bit darker. This should be okay. At the same time, to make it a bit more interesting, I would just like to maybe add something like a business photo like in the back. So I'm just going to make it a bit bigger. So let's go to our elements, but let's go to, let's search for something like a simply search for an office like that. And let's look for photos. And from here, maybe let's just grab, maybe let's do like this one. And what I wanna do right now is I want to simply put it in the back. Of course, it needs to be a lot taller. What maybe it would be even better if you search for a vertical photo, vertical office. So let's do maybe like this photo. It should be okay. So I'm gonna put it somewhere here and I'm going to make it significantly taller. And what I wanna do now is I want this like this, this bar right here to act like a clipping mask like in a way. And I want to put this guy like behind it. So the first thing that I'm gonna do is I'm simply going to maybe put this part right here, this photo right here. And I'm going to simply crop it to the side, to the right. And now we can, when we double-click inside, you can see that we're now able to like maybe crop it. So it looks more or less like this. And of course this guy needs to go all the way to the back. So I'm gonna go to position and I'm gonna go backward. And I want to make this bar a bit like see-through. So I'm gonna go here to this transparency option. And I'm going to lower down the transparency ever so slightly. So it looks more or less like this. Now, if you want, of course, you can still play around with this, with this color. If you want to make it darker, you can still do it. If you want to make it lighter, you can do it. But I would just go with like a very neutral neutral navy color, navy blue. So let's make it a bit darker. Maybe like vet, this should be enough. So our next order of business would be to actually add a photo of our well know the person, the candidate. And then maybe add his name. And maybe social media icons link, social media links as well. And as I said, maybe like an About Me section. But let's start doing that in the next video. 4. Let's Add the Portrait Photo: So since we are I mean, we were searching for photos. Let me just maybe clear out these filters. And let's now search for like a simpler, like a portrait, for something like a portrait. And let's go to photos. And I guess this portrait is nice, or maybe this one is also, it looks pretty professional and unlock the background that is come matching our background right here, these blue tones. So would this photo we can do basically two things. We can simply grab it like that, Put it like here in the top-left corner. Simply make it smaller. And basically we're good to go. Now, this is our, this is our photo. And it's simply, it's simply would look good. But there's also two things we could actually do. Now, the person is that if you want to go for this composition, I don't know. Maybe to my taste, maybe like the photo in the background with this woman right there. It might be a bit too distracting. Maybe if we just had like kinda like a simple office photo without any people in it, maybe it would be class distracting. So if we were to grab, like maybe this simple photo and also maybe I can just remove this guy from here, move this guy to the side and do the same thing as we did before. So move this guy to the side and then I'm just going to crop it like that. Then double-click and move maybe like this computer here somewhere to the center. And then we can simply move this guy all the way to the back. Maybe now it's a little bit less like less distracting. So that would be one thing. But the other thing is that we might know it looks like the composition is okay, but it might look a bit boring right at this point. I mean, this photo right here. So what we could do is we could simply instead of searching for an office, we could type in frame and grab an elliptical frame. And here inside Canada, these frames simply work like clipping masks. So now if we grab this photo and move it over our frame, this photo is going to get clipped to that, to the frame. We're going to make it a bit smaller, maybe even smaller than this. Put it somewhere here in the center and it looks maybe a bit more interesting, but still kind of boring. I think it's looks kind of boring. So what we could do is we could go to our elements. And let's go to lines and shapes. In here. Let's try to find something like a, um, I don't know how to call it the shape. It's like a combination of an ellipse here and a rectangle. And what I wanna do is I want to match it with our ellipse. Make this guy something like a long shadow effect. But in order to make it more visible, we need to change its color. So I'm gonna go to our colors and I'm going to make it significantly lighter, some thin like this. And now if we move it over our ellipse, we can now try to, try to match its size with our ellipse. I'm going to make it just a bit bigger like that. Move it a bit up, like so. And I'm going to move it a bit too to the top. And of course we need to send it a bit to send it backward. So it looks something like this. If you want, you can always grab this element and rotate it ever so slightly. So it looks like more or less like this. And I'm going to reposition this guy and make it a bit bigger. So as you can see, we are simply trying to like, create this long shadow effect that you might sometimes see on different, different designs. Now, I think that it's simply makes this design a bit more like dynamic. It looks a bit more interesting, but it still looks, it's still looks professional. So next step, I think that we could start simply adding some text here on the side, maybe the icons. And we have to decide what kind of light like typefaces we are going to be, we're gonna be using. But let's start doing that in the next video. 5. Let's Add the First Text and Start Building the Type Hierarchy: So what's the most important in terms of topography when you're creating your resumes. It's basically it's two things. Two things are most important. So the first one is to choose the font that is legible, simply legible. And the other one is remembered to create a specific or like a good hierarchy with your, with your typography. So what do I mean by that? I think that like readable topography and readable fonts, it's well, let's kinda self-explanatory. But when you're creating a hierarchy with your typography, you need to remember which, like which pieces of texts, our most important or more important, which are less important, which are even less important and so on. So the more important things would be written in bigger and bolder fonts. And less important pieces of information would be written with smaller fonts, right? So I've decided to keep things really, really, really simple here and to go with just one type phase, which is called Latane. And it's just an alkene, very classic, already classic font and very readable font. And what I'm gonna do is I'm simply going to go to my text and simply add a heading. And from our font library, I'm simply going to look for Lato Bold. And I'm gonna make it not simply just plain white. Now we have to come up with a name for our candidate. So let's do like Jane Johnson. And I know it's really generic, but, you know, it's just a generic CV. And I'm going to make it significantly smaller. And I'm going to spell it correctly like that. So this font maybe let me just zoom in a little bit closer. This font is written with the lotto. What would the bold version of the font? I'm not sure if it has to be that big. Now let's do something like maybe 20. And let's put it somewhere to decide maybe somewhere here. This should be okay. Now what I wanna do is I want to add like her, like general position and also let's say that she's a business analyst. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to maybe at a subheading, again, go with lotto, but this time, Let's go with lots of bold as well. But let's make it significantly smaller, smaller. Let's do like 18 points. And let's type in business analyst like that. And let's see how that's going to work in relation to our main piece of text. So first of all, it's way too big. So we gotta make it smaller. So let's do something like maybe, let's do something like 12 points like that. And now we have to decide if it's simply no looks okay if, if we like the fact that these, both these elements are written with a bold font? Maybe not necessarily. We could maybe even go with plain Lato regular just like that. It's a bit lighter, you know, and since it's like a subheading is like a subtitle, I think that it's simply looks just a bit better. Now we can move on to creating two, adding the most important information. So when AN like an HR person sees the CV, he or she is going to be appreciating the fact that it's easy to find your contact information. I think what I would do is I would simply search for, I'm gonna go to Elements, search for maybe like some social media icons, or maybe let's start with the telephone icon. So let's do telephone and maybe let's grab this one. And let's definitely make it white. Let's make it significantly smaller. I'm going to zoom in a little bit like that and we're going to put it somewhere here and maybe even smaller like that. So now what we have to do is we have to simply add like pieces of information and the icons. So we can simply just grab this bit right here, because this basically would be our main font, Lato regular. So I'm just going to copy and paste that in. And I will just type in some fake phone number like that. And maybe we could even make this guy just a bit smaller and try to align it with our icon. Then we could maybe add like an email icon. There we go. Maybe let's go with this one and let's make it white. This envelope icon. Let's make it significantly smaller, something like that. And let's put it somewhere here. And again, we can just copy this guy and type in some email at, I don't know, email.com, something like that. And let's put it somewhere here. Now we can just zoom out and see how it's playing out. I guess we can maybe even make this font just a bit smaller, like nine points. Maybe that's gonna be okay. And let's see what it looks like. Maybe let's add some more room like between these elements. And now we can simply just add maybe like an LinkedIn icon. Linkedin icon like that. Maybe let's go with this one. Let's make it white as well. And let's make it smaller. Significantly smaller. So it looks more or less like this. And again, just copy paste. And let's type in like linked in.com. And let's do ally colonel name like that. And let's put it where it needs to go. So somewhere here. And maybe last icon. Let's do, let's do Instagram icon. And let's add this guy. And let's make it white. And let's make some smaller, like significantly smaller, something like that. And let's put it where it needs to go. And again, let's copy paste. And let's type in Instagram. And let's do maybe here like a profile and, or something like that. So now what we have to do is we simply need to make it look like clean, you know. So we would have to grab all of these, like both these elements. So the graphic element and the text element go to the position. And to make sure that they are nicely aligned to the middle, then we would do the same with these guys. So to the middle LinkedIn group, Let's go again. So Shift-click in position, middle, Shift-click in position, middle. Then let's grab all of these icons and let's align them and maybe let's align them to the left. Like that. Alice do the same with our pieces of text, so position align to the left. Now we can grab these elements like again the graphic element and the text element and group it. So I'm Shift clicking on these elements. Press Control G. Then shift clicking on these elements, press Control G. Shift-click on these elements, press Control G. And again with these guys and I'm doing all that just to be able to then shift click on all these elements, go to the position and then to simply space these guys evenly, vertically like that. So we can be sure that right now all of these elements are nicely aligned and there's nothing more professional or like projecting professionalism than nicely aligned pieces of your texts and your graphics. Lastly, we can grab all of these elements and go to position and align them to the left like that. So now we can be sure that everything is looking, looking really nicely. Of course, if you want, you can just, you know, maybe play around with the spacing. So give, give this guy is a bit more, bit more space. And as you can see right now, Canada is what these dynamic guides, these dynamic helpers is showing us that the distances between these, all these elements. So the photo, our name, and the title, and then our social media or contact information links that the spaces between those guys are even and that's what we want. It's simply looks nice. And the last thing that we could do here is we could simply grab this business analyst subtitle. And let's move it just a bit up to somewhere here. And I'm just going to type in something like about me like that. And maybe Let's do a lot of bold this time. So it's simply looks a bit different. And let's move it to the left. So what I wanna do here is I simply want to add like maybe two or three simple paragraphs of text. So let me just quickly grab some Lorem Ipsum. We might remember from our previous projects that we can use this corporate ipsum text generator to simply add some corporate Lorem Ipsum. And in this case, we can simply just generate these three paragraphs and then copy all of these elements and go back to Canva. And here inside Val is just grab some body texts like that. And I'm going to just paste that in. And let's change the font to lateral. Again. Let's just select everything and let's do latter. Procedure needs to be aligned to the left and it definitely needs to be smaller. Let's do something like ten pixels or ten points. But I think it would be a good idea to check this size of this font and it was, it was nine. So we can try even go lower to nine. And let's change the color. So now we can simply just make this guy, this paragraph a bit smaller. And let's actually remove some of these paragraphs. Let's remove these guys. Because what I wanna do is I want to just keep the paragraphs really, really short. So I'm just going to add some paragraphs here, maybe one here. And may be one somewhere here. There we go. So we would basically, we could basically create this like a very, very simple left column with all the required pieces of information. I think it looks neater. Think it looks clean and professional. Of course, if you want, you can maybe like grab some pieces of texts and maybe make them bigger. For instance, maybe this guy is just a bit, maybe too small. But when you do decide to do that, or maybe even bigger than this. But of course, if we change some aspects of about like text or piece of text, like right here. Remember what I said about hierarchy? We need to, now we need to make sure that we are yes, showed what is more important here in terms of our texts. But we also need to keep things consistent. So I think that if we are gonna be like increasing the font size of this guy right here, it might be a good idea to increase the font size of these elements. So you could, for instance, on group this guy and let's just maybe make this guy just a bit like this paragraph, this text box a bit bigger. So now when we increase it to 11, we can actually accommodate that text. And maybe I'm going to have to move these guys just a bit to the bottom. And let's just ungroup all of these elements. So again, this guy is going to be 11 and let's make it bigger like that. This guy 11 as well, make it bigger. And this guy 11 as well make it bigger like that. And again, we would have to grab these elements and position them properly. So let me just quickly do that. Right, so we get everything nicely aligned. We've got the icons, we got our not like pieces of texts, but most of all, what we did here is we created a hierarchy here with our texts. So of course, the most important piece of information here is the name of this person. So this is written in the biggest font and bold version of it. Then we got like less significant pieces of information, which is the title, but it's still important and it's a subtitle. So it goes, the relation between the title and the subtitle is important. Then we got our pieces of pieces of information. We got the telephone and all the links that we need for social media and for the e-mail. So that's written in a smaller font, the same font as this guy right here. But this about me, this like a metal title. I guess. It's it's written like the same font size as our subtitle, but I've decided to just leave it as well. Like bold version to it, just to make it a bit more prominent here. So it's nicely separates this whole part from the top parts right here. So we got these guys created. So now I guess we can move on to add in like a, like, well, basically the right column, right here. And of course this will be mostly taxed, but we are going to be adding just a bit of graphic elements just to make this part a bit more like easier to read. 6. Let's Add the Main Information: So what we basically need to do is to add like sections that are going to contain the most important pieces of information. So what we could do is we could simply grab like this part right here, this name. And I'm simply going to copy and paste it and put it over here. And let's change the color of this guy. I'm going to make it very, very dark like simply black. And we can maybe make it just a bit smaller to something like 18 body. Still want to keep the bold version of the font. And let's type in something like business experience. There we go. And I'm going to align it to the left. And this guy will be like a section divider, so to speak. And maybe I'm even going to make it just a bit smaller. So 16 points should be enough. So basically what I wanna do is I simply want to add like a background to this guy that's going to span across almost this whole column here on the right. So for that, we can simply go to the elements and we can go to our lines and shapes. So I just need this guy, this simple square right here. And I'm gonna make it gray. Let me just check this grid. This one might be a bit too dark. Let's try something lighter. This guy's gonna be even too dark as well. So let's do something like extremely light, something like this. So what I wanna do is I want to move this guy all the way to the back. So it sits nicely like this. And now we can simply make this guy just a bit taller and move it all the way to the side. So this slide, this divider looks something like this. And maybe I can even make this guy just a bit smaller. And this should be alright. So this guy is 14 Points, lateral 14 Points. Now what we're gonna do is we're gonna be adding like pieces of information about this person. So like business experience, right? So what I would do is I would say we could simply grab this part right here. And I'm going to simply copied pasted and of course make it darker. So here I would just type in something like, I don't know, maybe like 2015 to 2022 and like name of the company. And maybe like a position, something like that. Pause. There we go. Let's align it to the left. And I would just simply move it somewhere here to the side. And then we can simply grab this, well, these basically these corporate mumbo jumbo paragraphs and copy them and paste them and move them to the side. And of course they need to be dark as well. And of course we don't need that much text. I'm just going to grab one paragraph and let's see how it's going to play out. Basically, what I want to do here is simply add alike. Just like some, some texts, there will be no way to describe this person is like responsibilities, duties at this company. It can even be maybe less than that. Maybe something like this, this should be enough. Then what we could do is simply just copy these elements and align them nicely or something like that. Then let's here type in maybe like from 2010, 2015, I know it looks really generic button. We are trying to simply make it readable, legible for everyone. And we're trying to make it look, look nicer. The most important takeaway from this part so far is that we are building a hierarchy here, mainly with the type, with the typography. So we got this guy like this, like section title is the biggest. So it's written with the bold font and the 14 Points. But it's also has, it also has this background element here. That's also like creating this kind of a section titled experience, so to speak. So then when we could simply do is just to maybe know what, let's just add another one and put it somewhere here. And let's do something like, I don't know, 2000 2010. There we go. And then we could simply just grab everything. And I'm gonna hold down the Alt key and I'm going to click. So I can simply close this guy down to maybe somewhere here, or maybe even let's push it down to here. And this time, let's type something like iron or certificates and training like that. And let's just add let's change the dates to something like that. Now, it's it all it all are fake, fake dates, fake names. So all we have to do is to just create like a placeholders here. So name of the training or something like that here, name of the certificate. And here let's do name of the training as well. There we go. Now we could also do, again, I'm clicking and just pressing and holding down the Alt key. We could do something like maybe education. I guess that would be important. And we don't need that much. Let's just do like a, like a college education. So let's say that from, I don't know, 1995 till I don't know 999, something like that name of school. There we go. And maybe the last bit would be something like, I don't know, It'd be like technical skills, you know, something like that. So let's do technical skills. So let's say that here we would simply add information about the pieces of software that this person can, can operate. So let's just maybe remove this guy. And the way I would go about this is I would simply create a simple list of pieces of text. We could maybe let me just zoom in. So we could maybe like one. Maybe let's do like to. Yeah, and that robust synapsis is going to be the last one. I'm just going to select everything and go to this list button here and simply click on it to create like a simple, simple bulleted bullet list. 7. Let's Add the Second Page and Finish the Design: So there we go. This is how we could create this very simple resume. Of course, we could add a second, second page, but that would basically be a repetition of what we have here. What I would do is I would simply, if we add a page here, I will just grab these elements from the left part and paste them inside here, right? So you always have this. You could consider this like a footer of our resume even though it's on the left. And then here on the right, you could simply no continue with this. Would this play out? So copy and paste. And if you wanted to add like more, like more, I don't know what kind of an experience. Or maybe like an essay or like a covering letter or something like that. We could do, well, you could basically you could definitely do that. So we could do something like maybe why me? No. Why should they choose this person? And then what we could do is to simply just remove these elements, grab our corporate mumbo jumbo and put it somewhere here. And of course, change the color to this black one and make this guy and bit bigger, something like that. But then of course we would have to add more paragraphs. So maybe let's go to our corporate, corporate Ipsum page in here. Let's generate like maybe 12th paragraphs. There we go. And I'm just going to copy all of these. There's quite a lot of them. And I'm gonna go back to Canva and I'm going to paste them inside. And that might be a bit too much, especially that we are going to get, we're going to add paragraphs or selves, so like that. So somewhere here, somewhere here, and maybe like somewhere here. And let's say that this is enough. I don't need like too much. I think that this would be I think this would be okay. Maybe let's move it a bit to the side and move this guy to the left. Maybe let's get rid of this last paragraph. And let's of course, remove these spaces here and there we go. We basically have like a nicely looking whole CV that's I think it's quite extensive. You know, we'll definitely, we've learned how to create like a CV in two columns. So we've learned how to add photos in two ways. That node to make this left column that we're interested in. So we get the person's photo, but we also have a photo in the back that's simply add in a bit more possess to this, to this part. We created a high agree with our typography. So we've got the name, the subtitle, the links and the about me page. On the right. We also created a nice hierarchy. So we got to this section titles that have nicely looking like very, very delicate backgrounds right here. And of course we also created this Why me something like a covering letter page that's added to our to our CV or resume. But I think it's a nice touch to add something like this if you want to. Now of course, what we could also do is we could, for instance, grab these two section dividers and we could maybe change the color and then we would have to change the color of the font. Maybe let's try to make it a bit lighter. That's something that you might want to do. I think that it might look a bit more like too heavy in this case. But I know it's something that you can do if you want to if you want to make it look even more like in your face, I guess you know that something that she could do. So let me just finish this. I'm gonna grab this guy and change the color. So it's not necessary to do something like this, but it's, it's quite maybe not. Well, it is popular like this effect. When you have like a dark background and you have a light, and you have a light font, especially that here on the left. We also have a dark background. We have our fonts light, so it's something that you could do if you want to eat term, maybe even a bit more visible than before. And it's a bit more like coherent with the left part. So we know that something, that, something that you can consider. But definitely I hope you'll learn how to create they like IT professional and nicely looking, nicely laid out resume and that you learn it to the n2 about building a hierarchy with your typeface.