An expert in various fields of graphic design, Dusko Stojanovic has worked for high-profile clients such as Converse, Coca-Cola, Delta Sport (Nike), and the Serbian national football team.
Dusko Stojanovic teaches Graphic Design at SACI. He began his professional career in 2002 in Belgrade’s “Orange Studio” where he became Account Team Leader for such clients as Converse, Philip Morris, Coca-Cola, Delta Sport (Nike), the Serbian national football team, and the Serbian National Philharmonic orchestra. After moving to Italy, he worked as a freelance designer for Florence’s Diaframma agency and began creating logos, labels, and web designs for the most prominent wine label studios in Europe, including that of Simonetta Doni. He also started instructing university-level students in Multimedia, Typography, Graphic Design, Color Theory, and Visual Communications. He is currently preparing a user’s manual of basic Typographical principles.
Dusko Stojanovic has a degree in Industrial and Product Design at the University of Belgrade; Laurea in Industrial Design and Visual Communication from the University of Florence.
All the most successful teachers I had presented their lectures in ways that caught and sustained my interest. They patiently clarified difficult topics and complex matters and placed information into relevant contexts. These instructors have influenced my approach to teaching. I view myself primarily as a facilitator of knowledge rather than an expert who simply delivers information to students. When planning a curriculum or interacting with students, I am always conscious of students’ different personalities and ways of learning, the knowledge they already possess, and what they will need to learn in future. Feedback from students has been vital to the process of growth I have undergone since I began teaching. I listen and learn from my students in order to be able to teach them successfully.