He began his career as an architect: he played a role on the design of Bálna Budapest building and was a member of the exhibition team at the 2006 Venice Biennale of Architecture. He organised popular cultural events for many years when he was a curator at the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre. He later worked as a researcher at Kitchen Budapest innovation and media lab. This setting was extremely free, experimental and interdisciplinary. His projects included Datafizz, Subjective Atlas of Hungary, SubMap, the Fröccs application, and Air Slaves, which was shown at Transmediale in Berlin. In 2013, Kreatív Magazin named him one of the 25 most creative Hungarians. In 2014, together with Gergely Borgulya, he founded the business collaboration software startup opp.io. After it shut down in 2017, he joined an international financial company as a senior UX and product designer. His interests include the interaction between technology, culture and society, as well as effective ways of social collaboration. In 2019, he published Social Design Cookbook, examining social structures that have proven to be successful on an international scale. He also provides a planning tool for effectively organising these types of structures.