With just a slight angle so it sits comfortably flush on the table, this nifty little stand is exactly what I wanted. I especially love that the woodgrain shows through the neon; the key to this effect is finding a piece of salvaged wood that is rough but not splintered, so you don't have to sand down the surface too much. Excluding drying time, this project will take you fifteen minutes and add a lovely jolt of color to your deskscape.
Brilliant! One could also simply paint dip the main board one colour while painting the smaller piece stand piece a complementary or high contrast color. Think neon, metallics, matte black...make it pop!
Full details about how to make your own scrap wood iPhone stand over at design*sponge.