MA in Communicology, studied art history and media. Her main motive for launching Koba Yagi Toys stems from a parent’s need to create new, different and better content for children. Tijana is also a co-founder of the Design for Change Serbia educational program.
Studied ethnology and anthropology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, as well as web design and communication at the Santa Monica College in Los Angeles, the U.S. Our idea is to offer children an opportunity to create on their own, to learn and improve through playing, and with Koba Yagi Toys’ creations that opportunity is open for all.
Director and producer focused on development of digital products and services within immersive, interactive, mobile and conventional media environments. Uses sense for rhythm and the gift for storytelling to conceptualize, evaluate and deliver smooth and flawless gaming experiences.
Ljiljana Pavlović Đorđević
Practitioner of the dramatic method, educator at the Return to Nature preschool institution. In her work with children, she most frequently uses the dramatic method, because through imagination and a creative dramatic approach she easily finds a way to child’s play by which children learn best. She likes to act with children, to open their hearts to unexplored horizons. She joined the Koba Yagi team out of curiosity, because she likes to explore and having learned that these toys allow imagination to take you on a creative adventure, she stayed.
Pedagogue, practitioner of play therapy and transactional analyst and counselor. She is the founder of the Novi Sad-based center for the development of child and youth potential Play. She works in counseling and therapy for children and families. She realizes various educational programs with children and families, as well as workshops in the field of emotional literacy. The programs she carries out contain various theoretical frameworks, such as play therapy (child-centered play therapy and filial play therapy), theory of affective commitment and transactional analysis.
Textile technology engineer, manager of the textile recycling center RETEX in Uzice. She sees textile recycling as an opportunity to contribute to the creation of a better, more humane society, and the making of recycled textile toys offers a possibility to expand talk of the necessity of recycling to include our youngest, who should from an early age take part in building a better society. How? Best through play.