8 Sleek & Free Designer Resume Templates

Whether you’re looking for something to get started with or a ready-to-use designer resume template, we got you covered. After sorting through all available templates in the Figma Community, we’ve shortlisted 8 for their look & usability.

1. Resume Template Pack by UXfolio

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2. Resume Template by Jizan

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3. Free Minimal Resume CV by Temal Design

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4. CV | Resume templates by Eduardo Lösung

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5. Figma Resume Template by SaaSDesign

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6. CV/Resume Template by Noor

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7. CV/Resume by Alexis Riols

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8. Resume Templates by Prototype

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Not sure about the content of your resume? Check out some real-world examples and practical resume writing tips!

How to upload your new resume to your portfolio in UXfolio?

  1. Click Edit navigation next to your navigation bar.
  2. In the left-sidebar, choose ‘+’ to Add page.
  3. Choose PDF Resume from the File section.
  4. Click Update next to Resume item.
  5. Drop your resume file into the dropzone.
  6. Confirm with Save CV.

When you upload your resume to your portfolio in UXfolio, it will be linked to your portfolio’s navigation for easy access. When somone clicks the link, the resume will open in a new tab where they can read it or download it. This means, that there’s no annoying automatic download trashing the Downloads folder of your visitors.

UX career expert & creative @UXfolio. I've been participating in and writing about UX design for 4 years. In my free time, I read, listen to opera, and work out.

Hit me up at akos@blog.uxfol.io

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A typical mistake I see in UX portfolios is lack of content explaining their contribution to the effort, the images are only the final product and not the process to get there.

UX is very much about strategy and if the person is not showing how they got from A to B, they appear to be another UI trying to move into a UX role.

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