THEKLA is a free resume template with alternate blue and white full-width sections. Will perfectly highlight your work experience. For Word, Google Docs and Pages.
A 1-page resume template with alternate colors to improve legibility
It cannot be stressed enough that the first thing you should care about for your resume is the quality of the information and content you communicate.
For example, just display the most important information for that specific job you apply to. Be brief yet precise. As a matter of fact, this is the biggest challenge for you to have everything in just one page.
Even if you have an extensive expertise and experience, building a one-page resume is a good exercise to screen out the less important details and to display only the most relevant ones. This is about prioritizing information. That step will also make you think about why you are the best for this job.
This resume template will help you with the second step of the creation of the CV: the design.
THEKLA will be perfect for a one-page resume.
More specifically, this template distinctively showcases each section thanks to alternate background colors. This design technique creates a clear separation between each section. That also makes your resume easier to read.
The header and the experience parts have a blue background. In between these 2 blocks you can display your contact information and profile statement (with white background). And below your job experience, insert your education details and skill expertise (with horizontal bars).
Finally, the vibrant gold color (for the name, section titles, and infographics) will give a nice energetic, and luxurious touch to your CV.
Features of this template:
- 1-page resume/CV template
- Fully layered – all elements are separated
- Fully editable – easy customization
- Free font(s) used
- US Letter size (8.5 in x 11 in)
- Optimized for the main word processors: Microsoft Word, Google Docs, and Pages from Apple.
- Instant Download – 1 .ZIP file (.DOCX, .PAGES)
- Link to the Google Docs template
Free font(s) used: