It’s a minimal resume website template for print, PDF, mobile, and desktop.
Why it’s made?
I couldn’t find any formal or professional resume (CV) website with good typography, that is optimized for print, pdf, and mobile. Also, researching what recruiters want, my priorities were fast scanning time and all content to fit on one page.
Letter Size Demo: https://universal-resume.netlify.com/
A4 Size Demo: https://universal-resume-a4.netlify.com/
Multiple Pages Demo: https://universal-resume-pages.netlify.com/
Mobile Demo: https://www.responsinator.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Funiversal-resume-pages.netlify.com%2F
How to print or save it as PDF?
Right-click → Print.
Here’s short but complete documentation: https://universal-resume-docs.netlify.com/
Why it’s rejected?
Is it rejected for being too basic? Well, that is the whole point of this product. The proportions are the same on paper and screen, and its a real resume.
In April, SwiftCV was “product of the day” on ProductHunt with similar concepts (https://www.producthunt.com/posts/swiftcv demo: https://app.swiftcv.com/@/batman). But, its PDF is only an image without selectable text which is a big “no” according to recruiters; desktop version is too small (because of viewing distance, baseline device density for laptop and desktop is 125dpi and 160dpi); not enough content fit on one page; and so on. It’s clear that people want this and there is no complete solution yet.
I’m really interested in your feedback. Say I’m crazy or something