With so much emphasis on web design in the tech industry, it can be a daunting task to create a resume that is representative of the skills that you possess.
However, this isn’t a problem that is unique to the tech world.
A recent study conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics found that the average web designer has a resume consisting of five words and one image that is 5% to 10% different from the typical resume.
This can be difficult for prospective employers to determine if your resume is representative, but it can also be helpful in deciding if you are qualified for the position you are applying for.
In this article, we will outline the process of creating a web design resume and show you how to create one that is both legible and easily searchable.
Before we begin, we want to mention that this is not an exhaustive list of all the professional web design jobs that exist in the industry.
We recommend that you use the following tools when creating your resume: