If you have just graduated with a degree in graphic design, there’s a pretty good chance that you haven’t really had the opportunity to prove yourself to the corporate design world. Except for a few short summer internships, your professional work experience is most likely fairly limited.

Thus, your CV will inevitably lack in comparison with more seasoned professionals. While your portfolio may remain as your primary lure for new clients (if you decide to freelance for life) or for potential employers (if you want to work for a business). However, your CV will be the key that opens the doors of interviews for you.

If you think your CV is already brilliant enough, but those employers don’t go banging on your door – improve it with our help:


Moreover, ask people who work with CVs on a regular basis to look over yours and make amendments. And again Proofread! Proofread! Proofread!Done? Yay! Now that your CV is perfect – it’s Job Hunting Time!

If we missed something out or you have a useful piece of advice for other readers – share with us in the comment section below!