Djurica Bogosavljev

Software Engineer

Djurica holds a Bachelor degree of Computer Science. As a freelancer over the last 13 years he has worked as a designer and developer , meeting client needs for web site project’s in both the United States and Europe.

Djuka is a professional front-end designer and developer specializing in WordPress theme building and customization, UX/UI design and mobile experience. His special focus is on Front-End Design and Development, UX/UI, and visual appeal. Father and husband, big fan of Tom Hanks and Robert De Niro movies.

Design and Development are his way of life.

Latest Articles

The ACLU “Legacy Challenge” Web Videos

The Legacy Challenge was a 2008 and 2009 campaign by the Planned Giving Department of The American Civil Liberties Union. It was one of...

Save Darfur NY Rally Marketing Campaign

While Vice President helping manage the New York office of Fenton Communications, Progressive Source’s CEO Jonathan Greenberg managed the marketing campaign for the Save...

Stonyfield Farm Shift ShoutOut! Video Contest

As part of Stonyfield Farm’s 10 percent “profits for the planet” effort, Progressive Source Communications created and managed the Shift ShoutOut! video contest. http://youtu.be/1fRzsbUfyTk The contest,...

Will the New Pope Help the Christian Left Fulfill MLK’s Vision?

(This article first appeared in the Huffington Post). For 80 years, Catholic Workers have helped lead the nation's peace movement. With a growing number of...

A Tea Party Christmas: An Oxymoron Causing Millions to Suffer

(This article first appeared in the Huffington Post).   Corporations are not people, and regulating corporations -- and our economy, so that we can all be part...

Web Videos & Site for Bella Abzug Leadership Institute

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BA3lq_u39q8 Progressive Source created and produced the original website for New York’s Bella Abzug Leadership Institute, which trains and inspires young urban women from diverse...

Reflections On Creative Writing Class: The Taught

(This article first appeared in the New York Times Education Life on April 14, 2002). The year was 1974 and I had just turned 16....