Stencils tagged with ‘architecture’
This stencil provides basic structure for diagramming using swim lanes, and split swim lanes to show separation of processes of tasks.
This office stencil helps you save time and energy planning your next office move or re-organization. Includes furniture, computers (Mac and Microsoft), equipment, tablets (Microsoft Surface, iPad Air, iPad mini), desks, plants, chairs, break room equipment, microwave, lamps, modem, router, monitors, printers, plotters (for...more
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.
Version 13 - 1st Feb 2018. Provides a set of blocks and connectors to enable architecture description views to be produced using the open source TRAK enterprise architecture framework. The TRAK Metamodel defines the objects and how they connect together. The sets of objects allowed in each TRAK view are defined by TRAK...more
Architecture, layout, and flow for software interfaces. UI Wireflows allow you to show the architecture, basic page layout, content and flow of software in one deliverable. With 120 screens and 100 additional UI and flowchart elements, the Kit blends flowcharts and wireframes to help you clearly communicate the functionality...more
The user experience professional stencil kit allows you to design provably better web forms. The layouts included are based on eye tracking research undertaken by UX researcher Matteo Penzo (which itself used form layouts by Luke Wroblewski, a well-known UX designer). All of the core components you need to design forms...more
Arrow set for use on your charts, diagrams, and illustrations of information, ideas, and concepts. Use in conjunction with UX People, US Human Figures, and UX People Builder stencils. Optimal for information architecture, interaction design, and user experience projects.
Stylized caricatures of leading figures in the fields of user experience, information architecture, and interaction design.
Abstract human figure icons for use in charts, diagrams, and visual explanations of information, ideas, and concepts. Optimal for information architecture, interaction design, and user experience projects.