Popular Architecture stencils
Lil Pages opens up the flexibility and enjoyment of creating beautiful documents to help communicate user flows, storyboarding, site map flowcharts, fast wireframing or simply UI icons to use in your next project. Lil Pages have been created to be simple, elegant and work straight out of the box. However, the real power lies...more
A set of colored boxes.
Simple monotone servers
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
The classic Structured Systems Analysis and Design Methodology by Chris Gane and Trish Sarson. SSADM is better known as Data Flow Diagrams. It is a simple and highly effective systems analysis and design (decomposition) methodology. It uses just four symbols, and it is excellent for communicating with non-technical users. A...more
Allows you to draw simple Entity Relation Diagrams (the first page). ERDs are useful in the early stages of a project, especially if you are using formal approach such as Structured Systems Analysis and Design Methodology (for which there is a SSADM stencil) or IDEF0. I have added an extension, which allows indices to be...more
gabarit dessin électrique
gabarit dessin indus A4
Tracage de Schéma unifilaire
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.
A port of the Amazon Simple Icons to OmniGraffle. Updated for v2.4 (2015-01-18) of the AWS Architecture Icons. These stencils are OmniGraffle shapes (not embedded images!), fully labeled and grouped by type (as per the Amazon sample document).
Apple Server and Storage, for diagraming Apple Enterprise environments
More stencils for diagraming Apple Enterprise environments
Stencil for the ArchiMate modelling language from The Open Group. This is one of the four stencils comprising the core models for ArchiMate 2.0. This stencil specifically contains the behavioural concepts. For more information on ArchiMate, see the website of The Open Group.
There are some changes with respect to the original stencils on Graffletopia: They use my 9-color scheme (see the Mastering ArchiMate book, Section 6.4, for why I use this scheme) They are divided in Business / Application / Infrastructure / Relations (instead of Structure, Behavior, Information, Relations). I find that...more