WSDM is an audience driven web site design method, developed at the Web & Information System Engineering (WISE) research group of the department of Computer Science of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Initiated in 1998 by Prof. Dr. Olga De Troyer, WSDM was among the first web site design methods. Originally aimed at...more
Stencil of Cisco network routers. Ideal for creating physical diagrams.
Note-taking aid for students of structures and mechanics, developed by a student of structural engineering. Includes common diagrams from engineering mechanics, steel and concrete design, structural analysis, dynamics, and mechanics of materials courses.
Primarily used by artists, designers and architects over many centuries, dynamic symmetry can provide a sense of harmony and balance to your creative compositions. Not just one stencil; there are six in all covering a range of proportions from the golden rectangle (phi) to the more familar root-2 rectangle utilised by the ISO...more
You can make your own office layout with these desk and cubicle shapes.
Tables, chairs, and media board objects (from the Media Computing Group).
Used at airports and transportation hubs, the AIGA symbol signs are a joint effort between AIGA and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Especially nifty for making maps of floor layouts for public display.
Got a green thumb? You should probably get that checked out, you know. But if it turns out you aren't a flesh eating zombie, maybe you're horticulturally inclined and a prime candidate for enjoying the many, many (well "several") uses of our new Garden Stencil.
There are so many ways to describe this stencil using, how shall we say, "Bathroom Humor"; however in the interest of being truthful, suffice it to say that this stencil covers all of your plumbing needs. Well, in the bathroom at least.