• Alex LittlejohnAlex Littlejohn, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    I'm really digging Represent, tried out the creator and I was instantly sold. The resumes it creates look really good too.

    The only gripe I have is that it won't let me use an international phone number.

    4 points
    • Brandon JacobyBrandon Jacoby, almost 6 years ago

      Thanks Alex! We really appreciate the kind words.

      We will definitely keep international phone numbers in mind for a future update.

      0 points
  • Eliot SlevinEliot Slevin, almost 6 years ago

    Love how if you fill out a bit, then come back to the homepage, your info is put into the demo design instead. Very clever.

    3 points
  • David ÖhlinDavid Öhlin, almost 6 years ago

    Working on the same idea right now and I had no idea this existed :( Looks great, good job.

    3 points
  • Al HaighAl Haigh, almost 6 years ago

    Super sweet on-boarding process, beautiful forms. That ADD button is really easy to miss though. I kept wondering why my experience wasn't saving as I went to the next step.

    2 points
  • Ryan Gilbert, almost 6 years ago

    I've been using Represent to transfer my résumé to an updated digital copy. It's super easy to use and is much more appealing than a traditional résumé.

    2 points
  • Chris NewtonChris Newton, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    Looks like a nice execution so far. Some suggestions:

    I think having the home page dominated by an example works well, though I found it confusing that the example changed randomly from one page load to the next. Maybe this would be a rare instance where some sort of carousel-style layout could be effective? I’d suggest using obvious manual controls to move to the next example rather than a timer, though, as each example could take a while to look through and it might be frustrating for users to have the example document change unexpectedly as they were halfway through reading it.

    I found the subtle background video at the top of the home page a neat trick but ultimately distracting.

    Being able to export in PDF and Word format seems essential. Many employers require CVs to be submitted in some common format so received documents can be scanned by automated HR software, and the nicest web site in the world isn’t going to get the candidate past the first hurdle in that situation.

    0 points
  • Ian GoodeIan Goode, almost 6 years ago

    Does this give the user tips on writing their resumé in the first place?

    0 points
  • Denis ShiryaevDenis Shiryaev, almost 6 years ago

    Why its cut my long descriptions?

    0 points
  • Collin HartiganCollin Hartigan, almost 6 years ago

    Love it, but WHY did you disable copy+paste functionality on here :'(

    0 points
    • Brandon JacobyBrandon Jacoby, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

      Hey Collin,

      Copy/Paste shouldn't be disasbled, and I can't seem the reproduce the bug on my end. Mind if I ask where/what you were trying to copy and paste?

      0 points