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This is a new version of Hipster CV ( Github repo – read up more on the initial thought with it here & here).
The idea was to create a template a little less flashy than the original Hipster CV but still somehow in the same spirit of being modern and unusual. The colour themes are the same as in hipster, but this time, there is yet another version "withoutsidebar" for a version where the sidebar has no background colour (there will still be a sidebar, sorry for the confusing naming).
It was also inspired by friggeri CV and twenty CV as well as the developer CV
The github repo for Simple Hipster is here.
A more customizable derivative of the SINTEF template  adding support for OpenType fonts. The colors have been adjusted to adhere to the UIC style guide .
As backgrounds, I have provided some photos of our campus that I have taken over the years, as well as departmental logos for ECE, CS and MSCS departments, who are most likely to use this.
I have simplified the example slides and additionally, have also included a pseudocode example which may help users in the Computer Science department. This template is hosted on GitHub  and I welcome your contributions.