Large stencil with lots of elements. The screenshot does not do it justice since it is so large.
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Make beautiful flowcharts for your websites and web apps in minutes. Just drag and drop mini wireframes to create professional deliverables for your clients, developers, or team members.
This flowchart stencil comes packaged with 63 mini wireframes to represent common page layouts, built on a 4-column grid with elements rounded to 5 pixels, allowing for easy editing and grid snapping. It also includes all the lines and labels you need to quickly connect pages together.
With this stencil, you can not only demonstrate how your pages are organized and interact with each other, but you can also show a general idea of the content and layout for each page.
We needed to map out process diagrams for various procedures and wanted something a bit more aesthetically pleasing than the more traditional approaches. This stencil consists of various normal and custom shapes, plus a few we robbed from other stencils, and line styles. Shapes are provided for: * Process * Task (both internal and customer) * Decision (both internal and customer) * Process in different department * Suggestion and Problem notes (robbed from other templates) * Macroscopic and microscopic stages / options * Parenthesis (robbed from another template) * Stop / abort * Callouts * Automated process * Group of shapes (eg. stage in a process) * Footnotes Line types included for: * Immediate progression * Delayed progression ('some time later') * Optional progression * Mandatory progression * Conditional progression (line with labels) * Association (one way and two-way) * Concatenation (line A joins line B) * Reference ('do not follow' line) The stencil itself can be used as a handy reference guide - just export it as PNG and upload it to your wiki or intranet. We've mapped out about 80 procedures so far using this template and it seems to work really well. It's easy to understand and brightens up otherwise dull procedure documentation. 1.1 UPDATE: Few new shapes added: * Iteration * External site * 'Start here' marker * Minor colour adjustments to some existing shapes
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This is the third, even more comprehensive release of this stencil which follows best practice UX form design principles, providing three different ways of laying forms out, each with their own benefits. This version also provides various controls and fields including multiple CAPTCHA fields, social networking buttons and more.
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Why shouldn't your web flowchart be sexy? A blend of illustration and technical chic, WebFlow 2.0 is designed for those of us who work in the creative services industry and want to show our clients flowcharts with style. The icons in the stencil are magnetized and are great for the rapid development of web site frameworks during brainstorming sessions or when presenting to clients. The icons are developed directly within OmniGraffle and are fully scalable. If there are other icons that you would like to see in your client presentations, please contact the author. WebFlow 2.0 was created by Bill Doern, Illustrator and web designer.
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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)]
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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 elements back into a single button • Taken from actual screenshots. No fake art! UPDATE: This stencil was recently updated to version 1.5. This new version fixes problems with older versions of OmniGraffle and adds more editable text. And special thanks to James Berry, Josh Black, Troy Church, Dave Knell, Edward Povazan, Josh Schoenwald, and Marcel Schouwenaar for helping fix this stencil.
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A collection of notation elements for creating UML 2 class, activity, use case, sequence, or component diagrams. It's a rather large stencil, but it contains most UML 2.1 elements. A tool converting Eclipse Java packages to UML class diagrams using this collection can be found on the linked website. Version history:
1.11 (Jun 7, 2017): Lot of minor improvements
1.5: Adjusted font size to match diagrams created by JavaToOmniGraffle.
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