Logos? I like it when people use company logos on their resume in the experience section. A nice, easily identifiable logo goes a long way, so use it to your advantage in your resume. But make it look right. One company logo in a list of several different companies doesn't work. Too many logos and it starts to get busy. But think about using them if it looks right.
Check for formatting issues: Not only do resumes end up getting tossed for errors, formatting issues can cause you headaches too. Some headers don't show up on programs, meaning your name and contact info is invisible, and in turn, you are invisible. Send your file to some friends and make sure it looks okay on their computers. And read this article about how to format your resume best for applicant tracking systems.
Now get to work and write your resume! I know this is a good DIY project for you.