Parallax's Board of Education (Serial) symbol.
Burndown template for Agile methodology
My own version of a BPM / UML stencil. Includes a key to show how to combine the shapes - very stylised, but enjoy and hope you find it useful :)
This stencil contains a comprehensive collection of Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) v2.0 visual elements. Clean and easy to use out-of-the-box, this stencil is suitable for anyone seeking no-frill notational symbols with all elements in one stencil. Your diagrams will look professional on-screen and print nicely,...more
The Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is an OMG standard for modeling business processes. It supports a broad range of scenarios: from internal workflows over abstract processes up to choreographies between different companies. More information can be found at the official website: http://www.bpmi.org.
Some helpful stencils for designing your database and models. Sort of an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) with some added stuff that helps me think through what's going to go on when I get to coding. Don't feel bad if (like me) you are more of a Designer/Developer and just use the plain arrow to connect things. The ERD stuff...more
This stencil can be used to illustrate "conceptual flow diagrams" as shown in the O'Reilly book "Enterprise Data Workflows with Cascading" by Paco Nathan.
This is a ready-made Fishbone, or Ishikawa, diagram to get you started on your Cause and Effect analysis. The whole diagram is made as a group for easy drag-and-drop between the stencil and your canvas. Before starting to work on your Fishbone diagram, you should ungroup the compound shape. The primary and secondary causes...more
A different set of charts and a table which can be used to create a storyboard or workflow for a dashboard