First of all, I am very happy that you are here. I am Mátyás, a Hungarian born designer currently based in Vienna and Budapest. Please let me give you a quick recap what I have been up to lately: 

After finishing my MA at Central Saint Martins︎︎︎ in London I was at studio de Ronners︎︎︎ in Rotterdam at the heart of the liberating Dutch design scene being able to utilise my digital mindset and to gain more experience in motion and UI/UX design.

In pre-pandemic years I was crafting mostly digital projects at Bleed︎︎︎ in Vienna, working with clients like the Wien Museum, the Austrian state media ORF or one of the world's most respected centres for scientific research CERN.

Throughout the strange times of 2020 we had to go different ways but Vera and Marcus at FIELD.IO ︎︎︎ wired me into some dream projects with some of the smartest people in the industry. I was also honoured to support their re-positioning process with my branding expertise, to develop some great speculative projects for SPACE10 ︎︎︎ and to be the part of some cutting-edge works I can not talk about just yet...

Most of freelance projects of 2021 are still largely confidential but I can’t wait to share some bits of new work done with studios like Pentagram and others. 

Just recently, I founded design studio CM002 which —as a part of moodley design group— will provide wide-range design services in CEE while gathering fresh local talent shaping the design industry of tomorrow.

Please feel free to send an email or just text me.

Talk soon!
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UX concepts for SPACE10 
Everyday Experiments


Everyday Experiments is our ongoing series of digital experiments with IKEA, which challenge the role of technology in the home. It explores how we can make our devices more trustworthy and (most importantly) more fun to be around. It aims to take the everyday and make it extraordinary.

Made at FIELD ︎︎︎
Everyday Experiments ︎︎︎




Future Circular Collider
at CERN Geneva


Motion-logo for the new particle accelarator project, Future Circular Collider (FCC) of CERN in Geneva. What if we change the way we look at a simple circle? The circular shape of the collider is the visual base of the identity. By treating the movement with a simple change of perspective, we surprise the audience with new dimensions, shapes and insights.

Made at Bleed ︎︎︎
Creative director: Astrid Feldner
Senior designer: Marc Damm




Wien Museum Online


Throughout 2020, I took responsibility of the design of Vienna’s largest museum, the Wien Museum’s new Online Collection. The process included continous communication, testing and adjustments with the front-end and back-end developers as well as with the museum’s curators. Although the collection has a large number of items, my aim was to give the users a clean but inspiring ‘gallery experience’. At the same time we implemented many options enabling professionals to use the website as a robust research tool with ease.

Launch website ︎︎︎
Gold at the Norwegian design award Grafill ︎︎︎

Made at Bleed ︎︎︎
Creative director: Astrid Feldner




Lewis Scott 


Lewis Scott is a one-person visualisation and consultation agency with 3D focus and a great network of freelancers. By the identity I played with a basic three-dimensional shape to emphasise the versatility of Lewis Scott and it’s different sides. I designed a generator for the identity assets which was included in branding guidelines I handed over.

Made at Bleed ︎︎︎