Last year we’ve had a pleasure to listen to Nikola Živanović – Randoman as one of the speakers on our meetup, which made us want to find out more about him. We asked him to tell us more about his career, how the beginning looked like and what were his favorite projects.
We’ve had a very pleasant afternoon spent with one talented, talkative guy – Nenad Ivanović. You probably already remember him as an organizer of conferences such as Behance Reviews and 99u, as well as being the one of the speakers at our first UX Belgrade meetup. Nenad now works at Verisec AB company, IT security business that is connected with large bank systems around the world.
Exactly 1 year ago we started a new UX design community called UX Belgrade. Since then we are successfully achieving our goal to educate, share experiences and ideas by organizing meetups twice a year. Community responded very well, and is now expanding as much as 500+ people in our meetup.com group and other social media.
Let us introduce you to the new host of UXBelgrade meetup, Bojan Đuričić or simply known as Đura. Đura is a designer and former front-end developer, with a lot of experience in the field.
When he’s not designing you can find him giving inspiring speeches at various conferences and meetups.
Our final speaker for the second UX Belgrade Meetup is Nikola Zivanovic. Others know him as Randoman, and you will often see him writing about himself in the third person. When he is not doing that he is busy working as the lead product designer at Endava, and creative lead at 12Rockets.
For those of you who missed our first UX Belgrade Meetup that took place April 14, we thought we would share some of the highlights. Before getting into the details of the presentations, and looking at our brilliant speakers, here are a few words about what this means to us.
2016 is a great year to be a creative in Belgrade, Serbia, because not only have we already had a full house at our first UX Belgrade Meetup that took place in April, we are preparing a second UX Meetup on October 20, 5pm, KC Grad. Write the date down in your diary, save it on your phone, stick a post-it on your computer, whatever you do, start counting down the days.