Can somebody guide me on word (.doc/.docx) template? I am planning to convert one of CV template in word and not sure how to start in terms of page margins, common element objects, etc.
Appreciate your help on this.
Like the idea Australia . Nice suggestions friends…late night & early morning is a good option. Still open for more options and hats of friends who have kids and family who really don’t understand Computer work and still making lot of money and building awesome portfolio.
Recently I tried to work from home last week and it was “No words to explain” experience. Not even complete single flyer PSD. How you guys manage your kids along with your work? Balance between your kids & work (Creative). Glad to hear your experience.
Thanks friends, for all your suggestions. I appreciate that
Hey Thanks Nitro
In addition to Demorfoza’s comments, I would suggest to take little-bit efforts on font pairing and visual hierarchy. Check-out http://designjunction.in/blog/2009/08/31/visual-hierarchy-and-typography/ and psd-3326”>http://design.tutsplus.com/articles/a-20-minute-intro-to-typography-basics-psd-3326
Yes. you’re right… uniqueness is one of the important point. Also check out the font pairing, font style and spacing in your design. I think Employment, skills, education sections style are similar to existing designs on GR. You can also check below designs.
Sorry, I think I have wrongly posted a query. I mean whether above config is sufficient to run the Graphic Design tools? Since I am not so technical person I am not sure, hence this query.
Currently not able to afford new iMac so thinking to buy used iMac. Config as below.
Apple iMac “Core i5” 2.7 27-Inch (Mid-2011)
“Core i5” 2.7 27-Inch Aluminum (Mid-2011) is powered by a Quad Core 2.7 GHz Intel “Core i5” I5-2500S (Sandy Bridge) processor with a dedicated 256k level 2 cache for each core and a 6 MB shared level 3 cache. In lieu of a system bus, it has a “Direct Media Interface” (DMI) that “connects between the processor and chipset” at 5 GT/s.
Appreciate your suggestion. Please