So make it good.
Your opening gambit
A strong opening paragraph will detail your core skills and demonstrate a multi-faceted approach to interior design. You should show your knowledge of design, in both theory and in practice, as well as demonstrating your ability to communicate effectively with clients, team-mates and management. A quick overview of your career in design will be expected, as well as any experience in beneficial backgrounds, such as project management and administration. Keep your opening profile to fewer than 150 well-chosen words and refrain from using superlatives or too many descriptive words, keep it succinct.
Keep it short
You’re not writing War and Peace here. A good CV should ideally be no longer than two sides of A4, including your career history, education, hobbies and interests. Don’t forget to list any design related software packages you may be familiar with. Continue reading