Although I have already asked a résumé question here, this is for another resume and a completely different question so I created a second question so as not to distract from the first one.
Essentially I am trying to create a résumé for the finance/enterprise field, so I understand the design has to be really simple and conservative here, but elegant and pleasing to look at, at the same time. I used the Baskerville font, but I am open to suggestions for any other serif fonts to use instead. I'm also open to change the secondary color to something else as well. There is more content to be added, so the margins should not be an issue. My actual last name lines up nicely with the 2B Systems Design Engineering subheading.
My main question, and concern, is that I'm wondering how I could maintain the conservative nature of the résumé seeing as though it's for a corporate audience, but at the same time improve readability and aesthetics. I was thinking this could be achieved simply with typography manipulation?