While technology has grown at light speed over the past several years, resumes haven't changed much in the past several decades. They can be boring and plain, but when you try to make yours unique and interesting, it gets rejected. Graphical resumes and apps like Shine by Boluga, might look awesome, but they aren't generally accepted by recruiters and hiring managers.
If you are in graphic design or some kind of artist, you may be able to do a lot more than the average Administrative Assistant or Operations Manager. However, to the average person looking for an office job: do not use graphics. They take up room that can be used to show your skills and experience, and don't add anything of value to your resume. And please, for all that you consider holy, do not use multiple colors on a resume. It is distracting, tacky, and will be changed before it is ever seen by a hiring manager. Maybe the HR/Recruiting industry will catch up to technology one day, but they are slow to do so. For now, if you want to use graphics I would recommend one or two and sticking to black, maybe navy blue.
Let me know in the comments below what your thoughts are on graphical resumes or what ways you make your resume stand out :)