In the course of reviewing lots of resumes, here's a mistake I see many job seekers make: They put their names and contact information in the header function of the resume document.
Yes, your name and contact info should be at the top of your resume, but not in the header function of the document. Why? When the recruiter or employer reads your resume on a computer screen, the header is greyed out. Your reader can see the header text but it's de-emphasized compared to the easy-to-read black text in the body of the page. Your name is very important, and should not be diminished by being a lighter color text.
The solution? Don't use the header function at all on a resume. Instead, place your name and contact info in the body of the resume where it will have high contrast (black against the white background) when viewed electronically. Make your name bold and a few font-points higher than the rest of the text on the page, which will make it the most dominant piece of information on your resume.