Before you can ace an interview for a new job, you have to get your foot in the door.

If you're working in the creative tech field, that often means making a resume that will showcase your skills while helping you stand out. 

Ivan Basurto Delgado, a creative artist based in Argentina, decided to make his resume using the method of expression that's taken over the digital world: GIFs. 

Although he told Business Insider that didn't know how to make GIFs when he started, Delgado designed more than a dozen that represent both his personality and skills and put them together in one amazing digital resume. 

The entire process took him several weeks, but the final product is amusing while providing a good taste of what Delgado can do. Here's another example:

Delgado just finished a stint freelancing for El Ojo de Iberoamerica, a major regional Advertising festival, and right now he's working ad honorem on cultural projects for the Ecuadorian community in Buenos Aires.

He eventually wants to open his own branding and illustration studio with a friend.

You can see his full resume here.

Robby Leonardi turns himself into a super hero on his resume website, which makes you feel like you're playing a game as you learn about all his skills.

Check out the full resume on his site. 

This guy knows that his employers will stalk him on FB.

Brandon created this Facebook album for potential employers. 

Aaron Tsai created an amazing interactive resume to get a job as an animator.

For the full effect, check out the resume here. 

Florian Mettetel coded to woo prospective employers.

See Mettetel's whole site. 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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