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A Stark Difference

Issue No. 84

Hey there friends, here are our recommended reads of the week. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here! Got your coffee or tea ready? ☕️

Quality reads

Photo by Osman Rana on Unsplash
Photo by Osman Rana on Unsplash.



The effortless way to confidently receive alerts to important sounds like fire alarms, sirens, and more, all in real-time. Being able to make environmental sounds accessible to those who are deaf or hard of hearing is phenomenal.


Your Code of Conduct

GitHub (and friends) published a helpful guide if you're looking for guidance on implementing and enforcing Code of Conduct policies within open-source projects and communities.


This is how employers weed out disabled people from their hiring pools

"...including “essential functions” on a job listing can be helpful for prospective candidates to determine whether they need to ask for an accommodation to perform the required duties. But the focus of job listings should be on the job itself rather than a person’s various capabilities, according to the U.S. Department of Labor."

The Stark lab


Win a free Stark t-shirt!

As a way to celebrate #GAAD, we're giving away five shirts! 🥳 Here are the rules:

✨ Share the most inspiring examples of accessibility work you've ever seen (anywhere).
🛠 Can be your own or another's work.
🏆 Winners are drawn & announced on June 1, 2020.

Good luck everyone! Submit using the link in our twitter thread above. We can't wait to see what you share. <3

Pro-Tip (Literally)

On Stark Pro?

With your Pro license you can access Stark Pro features in every tool Stark in, simultaneously, without impacting your account in the other.

Go ahead and plug your license into your second favorite design software. Bam! Magic. ✨ 

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