Quantum Tech Resumes
QuantumTechResumes is a professional resume writing service and has been in business since 2002. J.M Auron, the CEO of Quantum Tech Resumes, is a professional writer who has been writing resumes, cover letter, and follows up letters for people who are looking to make the quantum jump to the next level in their career. J.M.'s passion for helping people in the tech industry shows in his personal one on one service. His focus on the tech industry has helped clients move their careers forward.
Focus on people in the technology industry (solution architects, user experience, development managers, etc.) who can see the big picture and still get in weeds when needed. We focus on people in their upper 20s to 40s who are moving up in their career. They have a clear career path, are energetic, solution oriented, and have proven results.
Our target audience would go to the 100k websites (The Technology Ladders, 6figurejobs, etc.) when looking to make the next jump in their career. Our audience is not looking for a lateral move but looking to take it to the next level.
We are a professional technical resume writing service and are looking to redesign our website. The website needs to be clean, simple, and professional. It should be modern and fit with our logo. The logo itself is either a solid white color if it appears on a dark background or a solid color if it appears on a white/light background (please see the logo attachments in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for examples). It should look like it can command a premium price but still be approachable by professionals who want to take their career to the next level.
Feel free to take liberty with the layout of the content in order to fit the design. Just because the wireframes and functional specifications say that is how it should be displayed is the right way. All we really need is a solid looking page design that can be used for all pages and icons / images for the three packages.
The footer is designed to be a blown out footer. It should be highly visible but still subtle. It sounds like an oxymoron but it is a possible to have an eye catching footer that is no longer a second thought of page design.