Thank you Christoph Athanas I noticed on Twitter the creative social media CV of Hagan Blount. He calls himself an unemployed social media strategist and declares to tweet for food. Is this a successful, creative idea or an attempt, which unfortunately goes far beyond the target?
One must leave Hagan Blount: He has humor. To present oneself as a beggar is in any case proof of a proper priest. Or is the begging plate a pinch too submissive? Are not the wrong associations aroused, because he sells rather as a beggar than as a self-confident, competent maker?
I also liked his CV at first glance. Something else. Something completely different. With icons and bold figures. Looks great: the most importantly highlighted, it seems hypermodern.
But only at first sight. In the second view, there are a few weaknesses. The icons for example I find simply superfluous. One does not understand immediately what they are supposed to stand for. The fact that they are listed below in a statistics, which is supposed to represent the course of competencies, is not understood at first sight. Nice idea, but a little too much.
Count with numbers
Really great I find the idea with the numbers: Important skills with bold print figures must represent the heart of every person to jump joyfully: There he once times equal all values in an overview.
Unfortunately, that also seems a bit confusing. Overall, the whole page seems a little too crowded. Although the original idea was really good: everything important at a glance and important things highlighted in bold. However, for the sake of clarity less - and I mean less gimmick - would have been more.
A good idea is given away. But at least: Blount has managed to talk about him! Or what do you mean?
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