35 Most Creative Infographic Resume Examples

Infographic resume has been gaining popularity among creative professionals as a way to standout from the competition and grab the attention of employers. Especially if you are applying for a creative or design job, it is advantageous to make a good impression at the first glance by submitting a resume that represent the skills that you have. Think of resume as your biggest opportunity to show your creativity before even meeting the person tasked to hire you. Do not be afraid to set yourself apart from the crowd and dare to try something unique. In this post we gathered a total of 35 of what we believe are the most creative resume examples to inspire you in creating your own unique resume. Some of these resumes were actually used by applicants in applying for a job while some are just concepts.


Creative Infographic Resume Designs

01-Michael Anderson Resume/Infographics
This infographic resume was designed by a graphic designer and features a colorful chart to show his work experience and skills.

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02-Resume of Ariane Denise Lunod via Deviantart
Graphic resume of a copywriter. The design includes a typewriter and pieces of paper to covey education, personal and work background.

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03-Infographic Resume of Pau Morgan on Flickr
A colorful pie chart showing education and work experience of a creative professional.

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04-Life Chart Infographic Resume
A life chart showing timeline of the resume owner.

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05-CV of Robert Sexton, Graphic Designer, Artist, Illustrator

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06-Poster Resume by Hippie Designer
A poster designed to be printed A2 size, put in a A4 envelope and mailed to prospective employers.

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07-Newspaper Resume by a Graphic Designer
This resume was included in each issue of DESGINERD (toward the end where the novelty ads would normally be).

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08-One-Page Printed Resume and Portfolio
The one page resume portfolio is a 6-panel pamphlet that shows your resume when folded and your design portfolio when unfolded. You can click on the link below the image to view it in full.

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09-Graphic Resume of a Graphic Designer
The preview image below shows only the first page of the graphic resume. Visit the link below the image to view the other pages.

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10-Curriculum Vitae of Branko Vukelic

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11-Personal Resume of Steven Duncan
The idea is to design an eye catching resume illustrating the author’s education and work experience since high school.

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12-Infographic Resume of Greg Dizzia
This lists the author’s history in the design world (some lesser clients have been left out). Designed using Univers, this graphic resume is an appendage to a traditional resume, to be included as a forward page in the author’s portfolio.

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13-Curriculum Vitae of Jason Feng

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14-Brochure-inspired Curriculum Vitae

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15-Self-Promotional Poster-Mailer
The mailers are two-color litho printed A2 sheets (A2 pullout poster folded to A5 booklet) on 140gsm Cyclus Offset.This mailer was purposefully designed before the author moved to Australia and used as a self-promotional piece which was sent out to agencies in Sydney. The A5 format booklet housed an introduction and resume which then folded out into an A2 poster showcasing a selection of work images.

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16-Resume of Samuel J. Mallett

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17-Infographic Resume of Mike Wirth, Designer, Educator, Artist.

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18-Christopher Perkins’ resume, using the subway map metaphor

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19-Subway Map-Inspired Visual Curriculum Vitae of Kevin Wang

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20-Character Resume of Sean McNally, Level 15 Artist, Level 7 Animator

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21-Booklet Curriculum Vitae

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22-Infographic Resume by Justin Evilsizor

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23- Isometric Resume by Arnaud Veltin, Cartographer of Complexity

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24- Resume of Jolie O’Dell, Graphic Designer, Print and New Media

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25-Magazine-Inspired Resume by Eugene Isaac, Writer/Editor

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26-Curriculum Vitae of Jonathan Wong

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27-Boxed Resume of Sid Santos, Graphic Artist

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28-Sid Santos’ Resume on a paper cup, tissue paper and a piece of receipt

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30-Aamir Sha

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31-Resume Passport

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32-Folded Card Resume of Alexander Parker

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33-Rashmi Gupta

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34-Personal Resume of Chester Lau

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35-Jesse Burton, Designer, Illustrator, Director, Musician

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12 Comments

  1. Absolutely original! They are worth trying!!!!

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  2. Great! it shows creativity and colorful designs

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  3. The creativity behind the designs is simply amazing! I really like how these guys think! 🙂

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  4. Very creative indeed. I’m sure it helps if you’re applying for graphics designing job but isn’t too sure how well it work with 9 to 5 day office job. 🙂

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  5. Worth trying! very innovative!

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  6. Really inspiring! Makes me want to start thinking of ideas to make my resume more interesting!

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  7. Excellent set of examples. Very inspirational. In fact, so inspirational that I did one myself.

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  8. That’s Awesome simply how can they think always new and creative always, have any medicine you taking for that.

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  9. While graphically interesting, these résumés are not likely to actually be read by prospective employers. Busy Human Resources professionals want to be able to quickly scan a résumé and get the gist of who you are. These complicated résumés demonstrate that the candidate is not thinking about the reader, and facilitating ease of readability for them. Your portfolio is the place to show off, not on your résumé.

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  10. Really neat. I like Chuck D Lay, but they’re all awesome. Thanks for the inspiration.

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