After being inspired by Stanfords d.School "Make Space" book, We followed their instructions for creating a low cost whiteboard out of a garment "z-rack" with a few of our own changes.
This first part was created to hold four white board markers on the side bar of the z-rack. The design was intended to be very flexible, allowing you to put the marker in right side up, or upside down if it is running low on ink.
This second part was created to allow us to hang large stickie pads on the top bar of the z-rack, while still providing a flat surface for the pad to rest on.
The final part was created to add a minimal bottom shelf to our z-racks, allowing us to rest foamcore and cardboard sheets on the shelf.
- Hole opening is sized for a #10 flat washer
- Bracket sized to fit around two sheets of .125" showerboard
The original d.School z-rack design:
These parts can be downloaded for free at the below links:
Z-Rack Whiteboard Marker Holder
Z-Rack Large Stickie Hook
Z-Rack Bottom Shelf Bracket