User Interface stencils
The page title, page file name and page description area labels are editable. I added an example of how I use this stencil. Feel free to use as you like though.
Need to add a Creative Commons badge to a layout? This stencil has them all!
Using the open-source "Bitstream Vera" font set and free icons from FamFamFam, you should have most of your common web page elements covered, including headings, form elements, content management function, image placeholders, etc.
A stencil of UX activities and documents to illustrate the work that designers and researchers do. [originally created by Todd Zazelenchuk (Plantronics) and Elizabeth Boling (Indiana Univ)]
Much interface design at Omni has started with a quick mockup in OmniGraffle. Here's the stencil I've been building, adding elements as I need them. Most designs start with an existing screenshot, with swatches of controlColor over things we need to get rid of, and layers of new controls on top of that. Clearly there are lots...more
We make flow maps daily to visually represent how users move through a system. We find that maps which depict screens and the results of user actions from those screens are easier for our clients to understand than the long text-heavy documents usually produced during the definition phase of most large web site projects. Most...more
Just a variety of line styles and colors, ready-made. Customize this with your favorite line-styles.
User interface elements for the Windows operating system, in case you have to design an interface where Aqua widgets are considered a strange and mysterious concept, and licking them is totally out of the question.
Edward Anastas has put together a handy stencil composed of often-used elements in HTML and web page forms: radio buttons, checkboxes, combo boxes, entry fields and text areas. Nice looking and Aqua, to boot.