5261 N. Hummingbird Lane, Denver, CO,
To obtain a position as a multimedia developer, specializing in computer-based graphic design, in a forward-thinking company, doing work that is both challenging and rewarding.
- 8 years experience in the field of multimedia development and/or a related field
- Creative, highly motivated, focused, reliable, organized worker that succeeds both on a team and individually
- Ability to troubleshoot and problem-solve quickly and efficiently
(including Flash, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign), After Effects and Maya
- Vast experience with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems
- Exceptional web graphic design, multimedia knowledge, programming skills, web savvy and user interface design
Multimedia Developer, Starlight Digital Entertainment 2010-present
- Created multimedia graphics for online, smart phone and tablet for the following games: Candy Crunch, Papa Peach
Saga, Cat Rescue
Multimedia Developer, Pepso, Inc. 2006-2010
- Created multimedia graphics for all company purposes: campaigns, websites, smart phone applications, etc.
- Provided multimedia support in design and development
Master of Fine Arts in Design 2004-2006
School of Visual Arts, New York City, NY
Bachelor of Science in Graphic Communication Design 2000-2004
University of Cincinnati – School of Design, Cincinnati, OH
Sample Multimedia Developer Resume
As a multimedia designer, it’s crucial to list your proficiency in software, web and multimedia towards the top of your resume, along with other important related skills and your years of experience (that is, if you have some!). In a technical field, these are the facts a potential employer will need to know first and foremost to assure themselves that you and your technical skills are a fit for a new project they have in the works or an ongoing, existing team or project.
Don’t worry if your resume goes over one page, but do keep it to a two-page maximum. This particular resume is a quick and to-the-point resume style, only listing the bare minimum, the absolutely necessary for an employer to get a quick overview of your skill and experience levels.
Tips and Tricks:
- Do your research on the job you’re applying for, and make sure to include all the related software, programs, and languages that are used to do that specific job.
- Bullet points and commas are your best friend when it comes to listing off your experience with software programs and web tools.
- Include certifications, awards, affiliations and/or specific, important projects if they add another layer to your resume that may attract the potential employer.
This sample resume is part of the InternationalStudent.com Resume Writing Center.