Stencils tagged with ‘design’
This stencil helps you draw beautiful and useful site maps. For best results, you will also need to install Font Awesome typeface: http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/
This stencil features easy drag-and-drop elements for creating awesome mockups, wireframes, and high-fidelity prototypes in minutes. The stencil kit is divided up into nine sections: Miscellaneous, Text, Colors, Buttons, Forms, Alerts, Placeholders, Modals, and Tables. Luyfel has been using OmniGraffle for over 5 years to...more
This stencil provides an assortment of mouse cursors. Inside: Pointer - Question / Info., Not allowed, Add Hand - Link, Open, Closed Crosshair Cell select Cell expand - horizontal & vertical Expand - vertical, horizontal, and diagonal Move Beach ball of death (Spinning pinwheel or rotating...more
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
A collection of assets that I used for a few UX/UI projects. A lot of my clients here in the Redmond/Seattle Washington area like to have some colors added to the wireframes to notate actions and key areas therefore, this Flat and Simple UI stencil was created. Toasts, notifications, menu, navigation bar, radio buttons,...more
If you're looking to create wireframes that sell, this is the stencil for you. It consists of all the basic elements you need to wireframe websites/web apps and create simple site maps and flowcharts. While it looks great, it allows for great interaction designs that won't be confused with the final visual design of your...more
Omnigraffle stencil of the popular vector font library, Font Awesome, tailored for use with Bootstrap. This was made with an earlier version of Font Awesome. If people are interested, then I can continue to update the stencil as Font Awesome updates.
"This is a method for documenting business processes, based on the design elements of the London Underground diagram. We have used this technique in place of standard flowcharts, for all kinds of process-related documents including quality systems, to give a fresh and user-friendly look to what can be rather boring material....more
A simple stencil with templates for ensuring your design/layout conforms to the Golden Ratio.