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- Produce my own creative logo and business card.
- Complete my progression plan
- Sign up to two Higher Education workshops (these take place on May 10th)
- Creative Brand & Advertising
- Glass Workshop
Tasks for this week:
- Create a CV
- Write a blog post analysing three examples of creative CVs
- Design your own CREATIVE CV
Deadline: Tuesday 9th May, 9am
Above is my personal CV. The information included is accurate to my knowledge, although exam results may be wrong, but this is easy to edit.
What I like most about this particular creative CV is the use of the grid system developed and honed by Swiss designer Josef Muller-Brockmann, one of my personal favourites. It is plain, simple and elegant, yet bold enough to really stand out. Personally, I think when it comes to making my own creative CV, mine will be something like this, as this is definitely my sort of style, with a minimalist approach to creatively representing myself.
This next creative CV is a bit more expressive, but is still very clean and crisp at the same time. I particularly like the alignment of the typographic elements. It is easy to read, and all the relevant information is included. This style is probably not one I would use myself, while it may be well-designed,
- Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 4th edn., 2009), ISBN 0-19-953294-X, pp. 64-66