This Resume Writing Kit has landed me interviews at top companies like Amazon, Oracle, Lightspeed, Thomson Reuters, PwC, and New Zealand Government.
If you're a busy working professional or student looking to apply for jobs but don't have the time to create your resume from scratch, the Resume Writing Kit is here to help. This kit includes:
- 2 professionally designed ATS-friendly resume templates you can easily customize (ATS= Applicant Tracking System)
- 1 product design resume example for inspiration or copy
- 2 cover letters (one for juniors, one for experienced professionals)
- A list of powerful action verbs to get noticed
- A resume writing tips document
- Access to Design Interview Notion board
Plus, it's easy to edit on Google Docs, making it suitable for designers and non-designers.
🙋♀️ About me: I’ve been a product designer for over a decade, and I’ve used these tips to land interviews and receive offers from top tech companies, both in tech and non-tech. Before transitioning into UX, one of my odd jobs was in recruitment, reviewing thousands of resumes. I know exactly what makes a great resume. I know precisely how your resume can stand out from the other applicants’ resumes.
Overall, a great UX designer resume should be well-organized, easy to read, and focused on showcasing your skills and experience in a way that is relevant to potential employers.
Join me in this video, where we go through Resume basics & advanced, LinkedIn, cover letter, and how to beat ATS (Applicant Tracking System) during your next job search.
What if I don’t have the money to purchase the Resume Writing Kit but need it to apply for jobs?
If you’re a student or recently lost your job and struggling to find a position, and you think the key lies in your resume, then message me, and I’ll send you a copy of the package.