I've been aggressively job-hunting lately, and a couple of weeks ago I decided to revise the tired old résumé I had been sending out- I felt it didn't really represent me well anymore. Instead of just swapping templates or just changing a few lines or adding new positions, I treated it like I would any other UX project. My end result turned out to be the best representation of my career I've had to date, and I even blogged about it here: http://www.foolishstudios.com/design/building-a-better-ux-resume.htm. What's kind of fun at this point, now that I've landed a few interviews with it, is that I'm getting user feedback and I'm already taking notes for the next revision.
I thought it would be interesting to see what other UX professionals have done. Have any of you customized your résumés in a way that better reflects your role in this profession?