Stencils and Sketch Books

We get many things from whiteboards. One of those is a sense of impermanence – that the work on them is a work in progress. That it’s a sketch, rather than a final product. And I missed whiteboards, so working with my partners at Agile Stationery, we created not only whiteboards, but also stencils to help you neaten up your threat models as you iterate through them.

And here’s a random tidbit of “products are hard” for you: we started out with the ruler in centimeters (hey, you’re an engineer!) but the books were already printed with 1/4″ grid (didn’t think it through). So the final production stencils have an inch-denominated ruler.

If you have other geeky ideas for the next rev of the stencil, let us know!

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  1. The whiteboard and stencil is also useful for people who want to plan how to place furniture for example……that old one inch to the foot is logical but often hard to actually transfer to a piece of paper. Thanks, Adam. Otherwise we would still be hauling chairs around the room to see what fits where.

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