Your resume is a reflection of you. In most cases, it is the very first thing a manager sees when you are presented for a position. Crafting a quality resume is key to successfully passing the first impression test.
There are various methods for writing a resume.
One method is to start with the raw facts. Create a list of your former employers with start date, end date, job title and salary information.
Next, work up short descriptions of your roles and duties for each employer. What did you do every day? What about once a week, once a month, quarterly, semi-annually, annually, etc.? Don’t worry about the length or the exact wording of your descriptions at this point.
Gather a list your technical skills and a rating for each skill. Don't sell yourself short but don't overstate your skills.
Document your education and technical certifications. When and where did you get your degrees? When did you pass your certifications?
Make a list of soft skills. Can you manage people? Can you work with graphic artists and UI designers?
These lists feed back upon themselves. As you work through the lists, a story of your work history appears.