User Interface stencils
A subset of the flow diagram blocks specifically of use to Interaction Designers who are defining the workflow through their designs. I generally use these diagrams as clickable TOC in my UI design documents.
Use to create printouts for your paper-protoyping or interactive mockups that can be exported to click-able pdf in Omni. Please let me know of any omissions/additions and I'll update the stencil.
This is the ultimate stencil for folks designing iPhone apps. • Contains backgrounds, title bars, buttons, selectors, and other iPhone UI elements • Text is fully editable on lists, title bars, buttons, and scroll wheels • Buttons can be resized horizontally by ungrouping, resizing the middle element, and then regrouping the...more
If you yearn to cover your user interface with glass icons and buttons, here is a set you can use. The reflection, icons and backgrounds are individual Omnigraffle shapes that you can manipulate using Omnigraffle's colour and gradient tools. Being vector shapes, you can scale these to any size. Please note: If you do scale...more
A pretty sizable collection of Facebook related elements to use in creating wireframes for Facebook applications.
This stencil contains thumbnail representations of common types of pages, such as search, login, and error pages for quickly designing application and site navigation layouts. There's a point in design where it's efficient to lay out the big picture of the application or site you are designing without getting mired in the...more
This is a stencil on a Nintendo DS Lite. Very helpful if you need to do screen mock ups.
This is a stencil for the Xbox 360 controller. It's very helpful if you need to do game control design.
Leah Buley's original stick figures as OmniGraffle stencil.