(Pic) Writing On The Wall: The Creative Cubicle

(Pic) Writing On The Wall: The Creative Cubicle

Stanford d.school students design budget-friendly movable whiteboard structures.

Jackie Rangel
  • 2 september 2010

While whiteboards may be the key to quality brainstorming sessions, the transportable rolling versions are not always the most cost effective solution for an organization. With that in mind, a clever group of Stanford d.school students crafted their own efficient solution for a fraction of the typical price. The realization that the inspiration boards doubled as perfect temporary space dividers was a conveniently organic byproduct of the process. Find their easy-to-follow guide to constructing their ‘hacked z-rack’ here (complete with local San Francisco Bay Area vendor information).

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