Contrast: Use of bold to indicate the main ideas of the visual resume and to draw the readers attention to what the resume is about. Use of different font, sizes, and color to draw attention of people reviewing the resume. Use of different background to give the information in the middle of the resume more attention. Use of the indents show what main idea the information is supporting in the resume. (Where did you use contract in your resume?)

Alignment: Use of alignment to show organization of the information which will impress the readers of how organized the person's resume is showing that the person himself is organized. Use of alignment to show the main ideas of the visual resume to get the attention of the reader. Use of alignment to what information supports the main idea and to make sure it doesn't confuse the reader. Use of alignment to get the readers attention will get the reader to look where you want the reader to on the resume.(Where did you use alignment in your resume?)

Repetition: Use of making the main ideas of the resume bold to inform the reader that the main idea is the bold words. Use of repetition in font is to show the importance of different information to make it easier to comprehend for the reader. The repetition of the cloud background show that there is no limit to what I can do to impress Jesuit High School. (Where did you use repetition in your resume? The cloud image may be a good symbol for you but it does not demonstrate use of repetition.)

Proximity‚Äč: Use of proximity to show what the main idea that I am trying to express, or show. Use of proximity to show that I am the person that they want at their school. Use of proximity to help make my visual resume look more organized and is easy to identify the main idea that I am trying to show. Use of proximity to help the reader understand more about the person by reading the resume. (Specifically, where did you use proximity in your resume?)