Get to know me

Check out the story of how I became a designer and get to know me better. You can also download my resume for some additional information.

A photo of me smiling. I have round glasses, short brown hair and a short beard.


When I was 10 years old, my brothers and I got our first computer. It opened up a whole new world for me, and I was so curious that I experimented quite a lot with installing new software (games and even different operating systems) on it.

Since my experiments didn't always go according to plan, we often had to take the machine to the repairmen. 🤫

As the years went by, I got accepted to Corvinus University of Budapest, where I studied economics, business management, marketing, design, and psychology.

At the same time, my passion for technology grew further. I learned how to swap my friends' faces using Photoshop 🤓, and this skill helped me become a member of a design team in a student organization, where I started designing different print and digital materials.

Then, I read about UX design for the first time. I knew immediately that it was meant for me. It combined all of my interests: strategy, marketing, technology, and graphic design.

The more I learned about UX design, the more excited I became. So I decided to widen my skillset and work on digital products as a UX designer.

In my first few years as a designer, I had the opportunity to work on a variety of products in diverse industries across Switzerland, Hungary, the United States, China, the United Arab Emirates, and other countries.

4 photos: 5-yr old me with my elder brother, me at my MSc graduation, me playing foosball with colleagues, me presenting.

I gained experience in conducting usability tests and evaluating them, defining personas and user journeys, transforming user and business needs into interactive prototypes (with Axure, Principle, InVision, Marvel, and Framer), designing pixel-perfect user interfaces (with Figma, Sketch, InVision Studio, and Adobe XD), and building design systems.

I also facilitated workshops using exciting frameworks such as the business model canvas, held trainings on product design, research, and software (Sketch, Principle, Adobe XD, and Figma crash courses), and mentored other designers. I also spent a fair amount of time playing around with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, mainly by coding this website.

My passion for inclusive design led me to join Google in 2020.