Iconography, a clever visual language, can subtly lead the viewer’s gaze towards particular elements in an image. It’s somewhat like a shortcut signal that draws your attention in a streamlined fashion. These little graphics act as beacons, quietly steering your curiosity towards what’s important, all thanks to your subconscious instincts.

When designing resumes, I incorporate icons at times to create a clear visual hierarchy, making it easier for someone to quickly glance at and understand qualifications. In the competitive world of job applications, where hiring managers sift through numerous resumes, these icons are like little signposts that help stand out and ensure that key skills and experiences don’t get lost in the shuffle. They add a touch of uniqueness to the resume, making it more visually appealing and user-friendly for hiring managers.