Inspired by a classmate’s html resume, I decided to update my resume page on my portfolio website. I addressed issues of alignment, information hierarchy and typography. I streamlined some information, so that employers can get a better sense of what I do/want to do quicker.
And, to be thorough in logging changes, I changed the footer to be fixed (always at the footer area of the page even if it’s not the end of the page, see “fixed” positioning). It’s mostly not noticeable because of how most of the pages fit above the fold, but I think it’s a great way to keep the contact info always available for excited future employers.