With devices now capable of both recording high quality videos and accessing various online platforms dedicated to users uploading video content, it is unsurprising that video has become the preferred form of media for the 21st century.
Further to this, the growth of video content is predicted to increase dramatically in the future with consumer internet video traffic set to comprise 80 per cent of all consumer internet traffic in 2019. This represents an increase from 64 per cent in 2014 (CISCO). These figures help depict a global and universal acceptance of video as the current preferred form of media.
This global acceptance of video content presents unique opportunities for previously print-centric models, such as resumes, to evolve and explore new mediums.