It all started with this:
@overleaf guys watch this amazing CV template https://t.co/BInxwtuECT some ideas to make into Latex?
— Leonardo (@Leonduck) August 13, 2016
Leonardo was talking about a résumé of Marissa Mayer that Business Insider put together using enhancv.com.
I knew I had to do something about it. And so AltaCV was born.
This is how the re-created résumé looks like (view/open on Overleaf):
Though if you’re creating your own CV/résumé, you’d probably prefer using the basic template (view/open on Overleaf):
You can create your own CV using AltaCV online with Overleaf (use the links above); or you can download a zip from here, or git-clone it from Github.
academicons; they’re included in both TeX Live 2016 and MikTeX 2.9.
The samples here use the Lato font.
LuaLaTeX compilation is strongly recommended. If you want to use XeLaTeX instead, that’s fine, but you may need to make sure
academicons.ttf is installed on your operating system, not just available in your
TEXMF tree with the
academicons LaTeX package.