This innovation is so simply useful and can lead you one step closer to becoming more organized, especially on your desktop at home or in your office at work.
Step 1: Design / Materials
(What I used to make mine)
In order to make a cord organizer that fits your needs, you need to design one based off of the number of cords you have in a knot at home, waiting to be organized, and the size of the cords. My design is used to organize just three cords, but the possibilities are endless.
So to start, figure the amount of holes that will be needed in your model and the cord sizes included in your organizer. Draw out a rectangle on your object of choice (spare plywood, plastic, and thick paper are all usable, too). Make sure to watch the sizes of the holes in your drawing in order to fit the cords through.
The way the cords fit through is by sketching a slit above each hole to slide the cords into their correct location. These slits need to be big enough to place your cords through and slide downward to the hole.
Once you've sketched your desired organizer, it's time to create.
Step 2: Creating
After cutting, take your cords and untangle them all, hopefully for the last time. Slide the cord through the top and now your cords are organized!
I left space under mine for labeling, which can be found under finishing touches.
Step 3: Finishing Touches
After all is said and done, you can now have a more organized space
You've completed the DIY cord organizer!