Stencils tagged with ‘architecture’
These are profiles of architectural mouldings. Copy, flip, stretch the bezier points of the profiles to construct your own mouldings, then add linear blend fills and shadows, similar to the moulding used to frame these profiles.
Here is a range of North Points for use with architectural plans and maps. Some sparrows made their way into the stencils as well.
Here are some scale rulers that you can drag onto your maps, site plans, floor plans, or any other project where you want to provide your audience with a sense of scale. You are welcome to modify these rulers to suit your needs and post them back on Graffletopia as your own. Note: These rulers are completely vector based, so...more
Stencils for the Iron.io Cloud Services
Many years ago, I decided to go 100% digital and eliminate all paper based notes, scribbles and whiteboards. OmniGraffle helped me a great deal achieve that goal. I created this stencil to help throw ideas on a 'digital' white board and conduct brainstorming sessions with remote team members via screen sharing. Hope you find...more
This stencil provides basic structure for diagramming using swim lanes, and split swim lanes to show separation of processes of tasks.
McAfee labeled stencil for creating McAfee diagrams in OmniGraffle.
This is a basic set of title blocks I've spent some time cleaning up. They are set up to be solid fill with scaling for stroke and font. Hope they work for you.
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