22 de dic. de 2006 · On sensibility — Dragan Babić Back in the 90s I had a habit of going to a music store and buying new music based on the design of the album cover alone. I always believed that the cover
- Novi Sad, Serbia
- December 2006
Dragan Babić (3 September 1937 – 23 July 2013) was a Serbian and Yugoslav journalist. He was born in Kruševac, Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and died in Vranje, Serbia. His major works include the books Journey to the End of Language and You Maybe Think Different, and the documentary Like a Soap Bubble.
Dragan Babic enables design within creatively-challenged organizations. I’ve spent the majority of my career thinking I had to be a designer in order to participate in design. Learn more
Metabolic syndrome, activity of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and inflammatory mediators in depressive disorder. M Martinac, D Pehar, D Karlović, D Babić, D Marčinko, M Jakovljević....
31 de ago. de 2023 · Dragan Babic is a design consultant enabling creatively challenged organizations to nurture design, and work with design professionals in productive ways. You are reading his blog.
Welcome to the world of Dragan Babić, an acclaimed public speaker and certified expert in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. With over a decade of experience in the field, Dragan has helped thousands of individuals overcome their fear of public speaking and deliver impactful presentations.
Dragan Babić ( Kruševac, 3. septembar 1937 — Vranje, 23. jul 2013 ) bio je srpski i jugoslovenski novinar. Važio za jednog od najvećih novinara u Srbiji i Jugoslaviji. [тражи се извор] Radio u RTS -u kao urednik i voditelj najbolje putopisno-obrazovne emisije Dvogled i jedne od prvih emisija uživo posvećene filmu Kino oko.