Some time ago, Ed handed me a copy of Nathan's resume. He admits he's no designer, and I saw a chance to improve something, so I did. Tonight I finally got the chance to deliver the results of what I did. here's approximately what it looked like before (apologies to dialup customers–they're a little big):
To Ed's credit, he used MS Excel to lay out the resume. That's someone I'd not of thought of.
And here's what it looked like after I got through with it:
Quite the difference. I know nothing of the acting world, but it seems to me that a resume for an actor ought to communicate in terms of a familiar grammar. The flash insight I had was of someone sliding a photo across the table to someone else. Large simple type is designed to grab the eye but also enhance the content. And leading with your name is always a plus.
Ed and Nathan were both thrilled with what I did. And I had fun with it.