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ResumeMaker Helps Non-Tech Savvy Users To Design A Professional And Effective Resume

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Below is our recent interview with Fernando Pessagno, The Founder of ResumeMaker.Online:

Q: What is ResumeMaker.Online?

A: ResumeMaker.Online is a resume maker that aims to help non-tech savvy users to design a professional and effective resume, and allow everybody to have a fair chance to get the job they want.

Q: Any highlights on your recent V2?

A: The new version offers a totally mobile experience and improves the overall performance, achieving a 100/100 Google score in all categories.

Plus now the PDF download can be longer than a single A4 and looks better than ever. I also listened to major criticism: the rated bars/circles for listing skills. There’s value in them for specific cases, but now users can opt for a simple way to list their skills without any grade or percentage attached to them.

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Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?

A: ResumeMaker.Online is the easiest-to-use experience when it comes to designing a resume online, with the advantage that it also respects users privacy. ResumeMaker.Online do not store ANY of the information the users provide to create their resume, instead, the progress can be saved locally.

Q: What can we expect from your company in next 6 months? What are your plans?

A: The next steps then are introducing price localization and a newsletter subscription focused on remote jobs and tips, while I shift my focus to marketing instead of product development, now that I’m extremely proud of the product in terms of its new features and improved performance.

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Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?

A: I´m not a “proper” developer. I’m more like a designer who knows how to code, so it was natural to underestimate myself and to think small when I started building ResumeMaker.Online. It sounds counterintuitive, but while working on it, ending up earning money never crossed my mind. In retrospect, I think this undisturbed and humble approach to just try and design a useful, straight-to-the-point product was key to not biting more than I could chew, avoid feature creep, and ultimately shipping a product that helps users, instead of one that just feeds my own ego.

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