Build modern resumes for the web and for paper

#5 Product of the DaySeptember 10, 2014
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Hi everyone, I'm here to answer any questions or help with any issues. I'd love to hear your suggestions and feedback as well!
@chriscarey703 this is slick. Huge time saver!
ha @chriscarey703 your post is live! Creddle reminds me of Represent, but with more "themes" and download ability. Works pretty nice!
@bramk Represent added download to PDF and support for the JSON Resume format.
@jsngr cool going to check it out!
Awesome product Chris! Love the fact that it creates a web version as well. Who is doing the graphic design work for you guys? The typography is good but I would use this if it were at the Notegraphy level. This is totally trivial but also would consider putting the "try" button at top. Go TJ Alums!
Hey Chris, I love the look of your templates -- some of the best I've seen. But I'm having a lot of trouble getting font sizing right. It's cool to be able to adjust the relative font size w/in sections, but it makes it hard to get consistency across sections [ex: the name of my employer looks tiny compared to the name of my university even though both are set at the same relative size]. Is there a fix for this?
Hi @lauraschultink, I'm so sorry it took so long for me to find your question. So Creddle may slightly decrease the font size of your employer names up to a point in order to get them to fit onto one line. The thinking here was to help save vertical space, but clearly the font size decreased too much in your case and users should be able to control or disable that behavior. I will look into adding that capability soon, so that you can be sure that your education and employer names are exactly the same font size. Again, I'm really sorry for missing this question. I should have checked the comments here much more frequently.