A CV is a detailed and comprehensive document that is tailored to a specific job or industry, while a dynamic CV is shorter, more visually appealing, and more flexible, with the ability to include interactive elements, and a personal website or online portfolio.
Format – A CV is typically a long, detailed document, while a dynamic CV is shorter and more visually appealing.
Information – A CV includes a comprehensive list of a candidate’s qualifications and experience. Along with comprehensive information, a dynamic CV focuses on the most relevant and recent information.
Customization – A CV is usually tailored to a specific job or industry, while a dynamic CV is more flexible and can be easily adapted to different job applications.
Interactivity – A CV is typically a static document, while a dynamic CV can include interactive elements such as videos, links, and social media profiles.
Online presence – A CV is usually sent as an attachment to an email or uploaded to a job application site, while a dynamic CV can be hosted on a personal website or online portfolio.
Aesthetics – A CV is usually plain text, while a dynamic CV may use design elements, such as colours, images, and graphics, to make it more visually appealing.
Don’t know how to make a dynamic CV?
Steps to make a dynamic CV on MySphere:
- Go to the mysphere sign-in page – https://www.mysphere.net/signin and create your account.
- Complete your student profile and build your portfolio by adding projects to it.
- Click on the CV builder option from your profile drop-down menu. This video will guide you on how to make your dynamic CV.