Resumes, CVs, and business cards. I am a big believer in simple black & white resumes.
Randy’s resume reads from left to right, displaying the most relevant information first, and moving outward to the oldest experience and his middle name. I also omitted state names. Who in New York has time to read a whole resume?
Rebecca is larger than life, but needed something clean cut. I hinted at her personality, but kept it classy.
Paul-William needed a resume that would stand out in a pile. Fluorescent pink paper did the trick and he got the job.
This one was almost a no-brainer.
Tal lives in LA and his job title fluctuates, so we omitted it completely.
My own cards are stamped on recycled card stock from mis-prints or leftovers. The phone number and email can be omitted for other purposes, such as pin packaging for the Online $tore.