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Points to note about this web designer CV template:
- You must download the Coventry Garden font for this web designer CV template to display properly – here is a link to this font https://www.dafont.com/coventry-garden.font (it is free).
- We also recommend that you have Garamond font installed, which usually comes with Microsoft Word.
- To get the fancy capital letter at the start of the headings, put CAPS on for the first letter and take it off for the following letters.
- This template and all icons in this template are copyright to Cvtemplatemaster.com.
- This template uses tables with the borders hidden to achieve its layout. It may be helpful to review the layout below before attempting to add new sections or delete existing ones.
- To add a further role to the WORK EXPERIENCE section, copy and paste one of the previous roles and add it underneath the final role. Make sure you copy BOTH ROWS of the section (the row containing the job title and the row containing the description).
- To add a further line to the education section, simply tab through the lines – when you reach the final line, tab again and a further line will be added.
- If you copy and paste a heading, make sure you get BOTH ROWS (each heading is made up of two rows).
We hope you love this new web designer CV template as much as we do!
Who is this web designer CV template for?
Although we have suggested that this is the perfect web designer CV template, this layout would suit applicants applying for a very wide range of roles. Both professional and administrative job hunters would benefit from this template.
For those looking for a very well presented CV template, this is a great choice. Its clean, fresh appearance and focus on work experience makes it a great CV template for design roles.
Print on high quality paper using a good printer that is capable of printing both black and colour for the perfect CV.
Does paper quality really matter for a CV?
Although most job seekers email their CV to a recruitment agency or employer, you may also have the option to hand it in directly. This would work really well for a retail position, for example.
You should never underestimate the power of personally handing your CV to the employer. The impact it can have is far greater than applying electronically. It will make you much more memorable, and puts a personality to an application.
If this is something you want to try, make sure you use quality paper for your CV. The standard budget A4 paper you can buy tends to be too thin. The feel of the paper in the employer’s hand is very important. If it’s too thin it will give off a ‘cheap’ vibe and will not project professionalism.
Thicker paper has a much better feel to it, and projects professionalism and creates a quality application. Although the employer may not realise it when reading your CV, the thickness and quality of the paper makes a difference.
Consciously, but more often than not subconsciously, the employer will instantly judge your presentation within a matter of seconds. From your clothes and appearance, to the quality of the paper; your overall presentation will be scrutinised.
Would you like help with writing your CV? Here are ‘The 10 essential steps to writing a professional CV’.
NB: This CV template was originally published on 17th December 2017 and has since been updated for 2019.
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Jen Wiss-Carline has been a Senior Manager and Consultant for several sizeable companies which included dealing with all aspects of staff management and recruitment. She is also a Solicitor and Chartered Legal Executive, having been admitted as a Fellow in February 2006.