A publication built with Laker is split in “dossiers”. Dossiers are some kind of “articles” which include content such as text, but also rich media, like video or audio. A dossier contains at least a start picture and the footer. The start picture is automatically resized to the screen’s width. In a printed publication each article is stretched over multiple pages. In Laker that’s different. Because of loading times between each page change (dossier) related content is better be displayed on the same page. A way to make text easier to read is to shift text positions after semantic breaks.
Dossiers can be accessed via the table of contents (iOS and desktop browsers), the navigation arrows (only desktop browsers) or by a swiping gesture (iOS only).