I work as UX designer, as such I have a CV which I've designed in Adobe Illustrator.
I think its a very nice CV design. It has a good data flow, its readable, its well sectioned, etc... for human readers it works well.
However; when it comes to uploading it into certain systems it always becomes totally warped. Machines just don't know what to do with it. They completely mix up locations and jobs and dates and it looks like I'm some guy with 1 year of experience working at a company called Sweden.
No big deal when I am manually uploading myself however I know many recruiters make heavy use of machines to do a first trawl of CVs before human eyes ever see them.... I need to fix this.
So the question is, in adobe illustrator, is there anyway to design the machine reading flow so that you can make it match the human reading flow?
Is there a technical setting somewhere for setting this up or must you do some tricks with your actual design?