I think there might be some advantage if a right person happen to come across your resume by chance. However the contents outweighs the initial creativity and the content needs some work.
You want to highlight your experience and skills, especially on experience, you want to highlight contribution and accomplishments. What was your responsibility as a QA? What did you accomplished as a Web Designer? Be as concrete as you can otherwise there might not be much value in listing it. If you are lacking in experience, then shown your competency in personal project descriptions.
I’d suggest looking up a job posting that interests you on Indeed or Glassdoor and pour over the job description to reverse engineer a resume that could get you hired. What keywords are listed? what is the stack? What responsibility have they listed? What soft-skills/characteristic are mentioned? Think about what practical experience you have or need that applies to description.
For example, the description ask for experience with UX design, maybe you created a WordPress plugin or pitch and implemented certain design principle in a mock up. Job description mentioned documentation, list that you contribute to documentation for a well known open source project on github, or maybe you own and help created test documentation for features at your job as a QA.