Instagramming Your Resume is as Useless As It Sounds

Don't copy this guy, please.

(Photo: Instagram)

(Photo: Instagram)

David Mas, a graphic designer based in Crevillente, Spain, was just looking for a creative way to stand out in his crowded field. So he turned to the land of sepia filters and brunch photos for help, natch.

Mr. Mas created an Instagram account@esto_es_un_curriculum, to showcase his skills and past projects. Uninterestingly enough, no borders or filters have been applied to any of the 38 uploads, but none of them have been tagged with #nofilter. It’s a total rookie move.

Cool for this guy, but please this cannot become a thing. Make your resume’s short and tight. No attachments either. What is this, amateur hour?

If you’re interested in creating your own resume, Mr. Mas has created a tutorial video that has left us scratching our heads:

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Mi Instagram Vitae from David Mas on Vimeo.

Why not just make another Instagram account to explain how you made the first one? Instagramming Your Resume is as Useless As It Sounds