April 12, 2012 – Resumes For People Who Love Data

A resume comprised of a single page of text in a 10-point Helvetica font isn’t going to get noticed, which is why serious job seekers need is a useful tool that non-designers can use to create trendy, professional, and stylish infographic resumes that detail their education, skills, and past work history.

LinkedIn users have a leg up when they create resumes and CVs with, since the web-application automatically pulls its users’ data from their LinkedIn profiles using the social network’s API. Once your work information has been imported into, you can get to work turning it into colorful infographics and charts. The charts you create with will list your skills, specialties, employment history, and educational background, and then weigh those attributes based on your years of experience or level of expertise. Choose a theme, color scheme, font, and background to give your charts a more custom look, and add a portfolio to showcase any notable projects you’ve been a part of in the past. Your resume can be designed to show your LinkedIn connections and professional affiliations, as well.

Sharing the resumes you build with is a breeze. Just click the “Share” button and use the provided links to send your resume to all your friends and associates. You can also add a icon to your blog or website as a way to drive even more traffic to your resume, or print your resume out as a PDF file.

Practical Uses:

  • Turn your work history and professional skill set into a stylish infographic
  • Help your resume stand out from the crowd
  • Visually show employers just how qualified you are
  • See how many people have viewed your resume in the past seven days

Insider Tips:

  • Embed a icon into your blog to attract more eyes
  • imports each user’s work data using the LinkedIn API
  • Users can print their resumes as PDF files
  • The dashboard shows how many profile views a user has gotten over the past 7, 14, and 30 days

What we liked:

  • People who use can rest assured their resumes will stand out from the crowd
  • Infographics are a great way to show how a person’s experience and skills stack up
  • offers tracking capabilities to determine how many people are viewing the resumes its users post
  • Users can see who is referring people to their profiles

What we didn’t like:

  • Some recruiters won’t accept resumes with fancy design flourishes and charts


Company Info:

  • Launched: August 2011 (Public Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Toronto, Canada
  • Founded by: Eugene Woo
  • Web site:


  • Free

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