DESIGN TEAM

Design team is in charge of creating the visual identity of the organization, visual content for all our projects, as well as content for social networks.

Matija Simović, DESIGN team coordinator

Hello, my name is Matija and I’m 22 years old. I’m a graduate student at Faculty of Applied Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade, module Graphic Design. I’ve been volunteering for seven years now and that makes me very happy. As a young designer, I’ve won numerous awards in Serbia and abroad. After years of exploring the fields of design and business, I have devoted myself to the visual branding industry, where I can maximise my strengths and experience in both design and business. I’m interested in Applied Graphics, Architecture & Painting. In my free time I like to hang out with friends.

Saša Vidiner, DESIGN team member

Hello! My name is Saša, I’m 22 years old, and I’m a student at Faculty of Philology, module English language, literature, and culture. My first volonteering experience was with ISWiB, and it was a really important experience for me because socialization and working on a project within a team meant a lot to me. My fields of interest are design and literature, but I also like board games and assembling puzzles.

Katarina Trbojević, DESIGN team member

Hi, my name is Katarina and I’m 23 years old. I graduated with bachelor’s degree in graphic design from College of Fine and Applied Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. I am currently working as a graphic designer in a marketing agency. My first volunteer experience was at an international archeological camp in Spain, where I worked in a team on archeological sites around Madrid, in an area where many years ago was an old printing house in which Don Quixote was first printed. I’m happy that I contributed to the cultural heritage of this area. Volunteering (and especially abroad) is an irreplaceable experience, because we learn so much about ourselves and who we are in circumstances that are far beyond our comfort zone. These experiences strengthen us, and along the way we learn a lot about other people, cultures and meet great friends. My interests are diverse: brand design, motion graphics, storytelling, small businesses, education, psychology, marketing, social relations, modern man, innovation, ecology, sustainability and technology. My hobbies are drawing, sewing, watching movies, reading, writing and making jewelry and collages.

Bojana Božičić, DESIGN team member

Heeey, my name is Bojana, although people mostly call me Boka or Koka and I am 23 years old. I studied Digital Arts and graduated from Faculty of Media and Communications. Although this is the first time I have been in an organization in the long run, my first volunteer experience was back in 2016 when with the help of my high school and a couple of classmates, I organized an exhibition “Picture to Help” to raise money for most endangered. I also actively participate and exhibit at design conferences and exhibitions in the region, and that is something that has opened the door for me to a lot of new knowledge, friendships and new interesting places in the diaspora. Although it is maybe uncommon for an artist, but in my free time I love researching cryptocurrencies and I hope to be a holder of a small crypt soon.

Ana Mišić, DESIGN team member

Hi! My name is Ana, I’m 25 and I graduated with bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Faculty od Digital Arts at Metropolitan University. I love new challenges and I constantly learn new things – from new languages to a DIY projects. It is very important for me to be surrounded by young and ambitious people who share their love and passion for the same goals with me. I had been a participant at ISWiB for two years and I fell in love with its energy. That is how I decided to join organisational team this year. I like to get out of the comfort zone, try new foods and I’m a big hedonist. My friends would describe me as persistent and stubborn (Taurus / Capricorn), and I say to that that I have achieved everything I have ever wanted. I like a dynamic life, to take as many things as I can on myself and then to whine about not having enough time to finish them. I am a perfectionist and procrastinator in one person – so maybe my work will be late, but when you see the final product, you will just forget that I passed the deadline (oops).