After secondary school, Péter was planning to pursue a career in engineering: he studied civil engineering and graduated from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. During his university years, he became engaged in typography and later in graphic design. He designed posters, publications and websites during this period, then took a job with the Walt Disney Internet Group.
He spent 5 years at Walt Disney, designing online platforms for the multinational company, while he also had a number of assignments from other customers, and started to build his clientèle. In the meantime, he completed the Typography course at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest.
In 2009, Péter became self-employed and founded his studio, made by zwoelf. He was born on the 12th, and the name of the studio comes from the German number 12: it is spelled with “oe”, because of the domain. At first he worked on the design projects on his own, then the studio started to expand, and now, in 2017, it has a permanent staff of 5-6 graphic designers.
What is important for Péter is that his studio should provide clients with designs of outstanding quality that create value and improve the visual environment. All this is to be achieved with a team of young and talented experts who want to keep growing professionally, and whose fresh ideas and thoughts fit well into the visual language of made by zwoelf.
Péter has over 10 years of experience in online (webdesign, application design) and offline (identity design, typography) design.
He was in involved in several projects that reached large audiences, for instance the identity redesign of the Móra Könyvkiadó publishing house, the city branding of Győr, and the design of the online style system of OTP Bank.
In 2012 he joined the KREA Contemporary Arts Institute to teach design and theoretical classes to webdesign students. Since 2014 he has been the head of the UI/UX course.
Since 2017, he has been a lecturer at the typography course of the Budapest Metropolitan University. He teaches User Interface Design to second-year students.