Daniel Brown is a designer, programmer and artist, specializing in the fields of Creative Digital Technology and Interactive Design and Applied Arts.
With a background in research and commercial based programming (Flash/HTML5, Java, C++, iPhone/iPad), interactive, generative and user experience design, Daniel combines this with traditional aesthetics focused Creative / Artistic Direction.

Since 1999, Daniel has been chosen by Internet Business Magazine as one of the top 10 internet designers; was one of Creative Review’s ‘Stars of the New Millennium’; and more recently represented the best of British design as one of the exhibitors in the Design Council’s ‘Great Expectations’ show in New York and the British Council’s ‘Great Brits’ show in Milan / Tokyo.
He has been acknowledged as a pioneer in the new media field: his original experimental works are now archived in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. He was chosen as London Design Museum’s Designer of the Year in 2004; and since then selected for The Observer’s ’80 people who will define the next 10 years’, Design Week’s Hottest 50 Designers and invited to Buckingham Palace in celebration of British design
This image is from a commission that Mulberry commissioned for  Valentines 2011. They are a selection of virtual generative flowers based on the fabric prints of the current fashion season, that users could send to their loved ones. Each flower sent was unique, and could be uploaded to Facebook and announced on Twitter. It is a really creative idea – in my opinion, there is nothing worse than the mass produced greeting cards…that hundreds will receive yet they all perpetrate to be different and unique.