Thanks John! I did design it myself, I used the popscience plans for inspiration but mine is smaller—and taller I think. It serves as a divider between the garbage and compost area and the rest of the yard, it holds 2/3 of a cord and the storage are is pretty close to square. It sits on bricks, is roofed with cedar shingles and I used 2x4s on the frame and (4) lengthwise for floor (2 for each stack), fence boards on the sides and at 45° on the back for rigidity and firing strips along the rafters. All in all I think it cost me about $140 in wood and seems pretty sturdy.
One thing I didn't foresee was the play in the wood stack itself. Makes me semi concerned as I have 2 boys under 4yrs old, I think I'll add one more horizontal piece of wood or maybe wood at 45° in the corners ( matching the back) to keep the pile from collapsing on my kids or their friends.
I'd love to get some feedback on that idea.