Arek Sołdon

Design Executive Officer
Arek Sołdon

Arek is responsible for all our UX and UI designs. He designs user experience and takes care of all the deadlines. His experience includes working in Sourcefabric and for the ePaństwo Foundation. He was a member of the winning team of the journalist Global Editors Network 2017 hackathon in Warsaw.

A trip through the history of the natural and mineral-rich French territory in the South Pacific.

An interactive trip covering over 32 hours and 1,683 km by train from the West to the East of Ukraine.

450 kilometres of demarcation line in Donbas means 450 km of war, which has divided the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts into two parts since 2014.

"The Luggage" is a feature telling about cities and countries which, facing huge tourist traffic, have decided to take steps to limit and regulate the inflow of visitors. We present the ways of dealing with the negative impact of tourism on the lives of inhabitants in an interactive reportage which was made according to the principles of solution journalism.

Gorani, Slavic Muslims. It is an ethnic minority living on the border of Kosovo, Albania and Macedonia.

About 700 million people in 43 countries suffer from water scarcity today. Even big modern cities such as Barcelona and London have problems with water supply. This story is about places where the struggle for access to clean water is the cause of social unrest and an element of international conflicts.

11.2% of the world's population dies because of pollution. More than 90% inhale air of poor quality. "Deep Breath" is an interactive report on the global smog problem which many countries are unable or unwilling to deal with.

Amid conflict and political instability, the humanitarian crisis in Somalia continues.

How Iraqi Forces retook Mosul from ISIS. This is a story from the frontline.

The number of asylum seekers and migrants deciding to set off for Europe has drastically declined. Two years ago, 1,049,400 people reached the European Union. In 2016, it lowered to 374,318. How does the way of asylum seekers look like today?

In October 2015, 220,000 people reached Europe, mostly following this route. It was called the "European migrant crisis".