ScanDeck is made by Kyle A Koch, an industrial designer from Cincinnati.

When I got my first iPhone, I loved having everything important in one place. I was able to get rid of unnecessary devices, and had to carry less of my work around with me.

I frequently snapped photos of class assignments printed on copy paper so I wouldn't have to worry about losing them. The documents normally came out pretty clear, but sometimes it was tough to keep still while taking the pictures.

I set out to make something that would ensure clean, consistent pictures of documents taken with the iPhone.

 

Timeline: 

July 17, 2008 - I posted the first images of what I called the iPhone Document Scanner to the Core77 Discussion Boards. I promptly forgot about this post.

September 3, 2008 - Core77 featured my iPhone Document Scanner, and I discovered that Ponoko was interested in my design. That same day, I uploaded the free .eps files for the iPhone document scanner to my Ponoko Showroom.

October 30, 2008 - iPhone Document Scanner - mdf is available for sale through my Ponoko Showroom.

November 1, 2008 - iPhone Document Scanner - corrugated board is available for sale through my Ponoko Showroom

March 30, 2009 - ScanDock, the redesigned and rebranded iPhone Document Scanner is available for sale through my Ponoko Showroom.

July 4th, 2013 - ScanDock becomes ScanDeck™.