Landsat presents images and other media as large as possible with a minimum amount of interface elements. The design separates media content (images, video, etc.) from text, which is displayed in a panel on top of images and other media content.
The design automatically opens the most recently added project (which can be changed or turned off in Display Options: Start page).
The default image width is 1024px, which can be customized in Display Options. There are 3 image display settings:
Fill browser window
This is the default setting and will scale images to always completely fill the viewer’s browser window regardless of its original size. If the browser window exceeds the image size, it will retrieve the originally uploaded image to maximize resolution as images are scaled up. (Filling the browser window and maintaining the image’s aspect ratio will cause part of the image to be cropped.)
Fit to browser window
This setting will make the image as large as possible inside the browser window but never larger than its original size. If the image is larger than the window it will scale it down; if it's smaller it will display it at 100%, in the middle of the page. This setting ensures images are never cropped.
This setting does not touch the image and simply displays it at 100% from the top-left of the page. If it’s taller or wider than the browser window some parts will be cropped.
j or right arrow — next project
k or left arrow — previous project
i or up arrow — index
r — random project