A few tips:
1. If you have your CV in English, make EVERYTHING in English. 'Darstellungtechnik' kind of breaks the consistency of your CV.
2. You name doesn't stand out, in fact you really have to look for it! I think this is a vital thing that makes many employers not even want to look at it after seeing it for two seconds. Maybe put 'Curriculum Vitae/resumé Laura Bruynseels' where it now says 'education_'?
3. Remove the text 'employ me(nt?)' I dont know what the 'nt' here are for but in any case this is not professional.
4. Put Interests and Skills equally next to or below each other. One is a little lower than the other now, looks a bit sloppy.
5. Use titles for 'work experience', schools/degrees etc.
Other than this, like Shahar says at his 4th point, make it a little more structured. Try to use a grid as a base of your CV. Google for some tips and tutorials on this!
Also, I haven't got a clue of what the addresses in the yellow circles (2nd page) are. Employers probably don't either...
I don't know if you have one, but if you don't; an online portfolio to show off your work on will also help. In fact, it might be important even!