Some projects are sensitive, some have copyright restrictions, others are not suitable for the web. Perhaps this is why there is little listed here from Daniel Gabana Arellan
Daniel Gabana is a London-based interactive designer and developer from Madrid (Spain). His work is mainly focused on software applications and hardware devices, with a particular interest in how details affect usability and performance. He is interested in exploring new creative ways of human-computer interaction, pushing forward the limits of the existing technologies and experimenting with the new ones. Having studied advertising and with a Masters in Graphic and Web Design at Trazos School, he worked for several years in the creative technology departments of different digital advertisement agencies in Madrid and London. His passion for technologies and interactivity made him join the MAT program in 2013. Currently, his research interests are focused on Tangible User Interfaces (TUI) and how interactive technologies can improve public engagement, for both commercial and artistic purposes.