Resume and business card final

Final Resume

Took in the suggestions from Tuesday’s critique and changed the name to be in one color with heavier stroke.  Additionally, added more space between Courses and Language.  The area between the left and right column has also expanded for clear separation.  Arrow bullets were removed due to distraction, and the overall resume was slight adjusted in location.

Final Business Card

Keeping with the clean design of the resume, name is colored and bolded in Garamond with title, affiliations, and contact information in Helvetica.  Carnegie Mellon logo adds prominence to institution association.

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Business card rough draft

Business Card Sketches

Sketches were more conservative due to my major.  There are no diagonals or vertical placements.

Business Card Draft

Keeping with the clean design of the resume, name is colored and bolded in Garamond with title, affiliations, and contact information in Helvetica.  Carnegie Mellon logo adds prominence to institution association.

Resume rough draft

Sketches

Sketches were aligned to the two thirds, one third rule.  Played around ideas stemming from the classical resume layout.

Resume Draft

Used Garamond for name to differentiate from the rest of the resume.  Coloring highlights the main parts of the resume (along with all caps).  Following the two thirds, one third rule to focus attention on employment experience.  Four levels of hierarchy to further classify personal information.