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This is an updated set of Chef stencils for use with OmniGraffle for creating diagrams. The stencils match the icons used on http://docs.opscode.com diagrams. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Cisco Clean Access and Identity Service Engine icons.
Includes the persona icons for Cisco ISE that you would use in a PPT or logical diagram.
The full Cisco Icon Library PDF as an Omnigraffle Stencil. 291 icons spanning the full set of Cisco products plus miscellaneous icons useful in network diagramming. This builds upon the Cisco Universal Stencil, with all reference labels and order from the Cisco Library PDF. Given the amount of vectors in this Stencil, when...more
Cisco's vector shapes from http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac50/ac47/2.html converted from individual color EPS files (last updated May 2010) to allow use with the iOS and the Mac OS release of OmniGraffle. There are 293 shapes in this stencil. OmniGraffle for the Mac will display these in full vector while the current iOS...more
This stencil contains a collection of Clavister Security Gateways for designing security network layouts.
This iPhone stencil includes various iOS user interface elements -- but every element is transparent so it can be used on any colored background to make attractive mockups for your iOS apps. Oh, did I mention that it's iOS7.
SysML (visit SysML 1.2 at http://graffletopia.com/stencils/849) parametrics is based in part on a theory called composable objects (COBs). Composable objects have been developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology (GIT) as a means for representing and integrating design models with diverse analysis models. Design and...more
A simple stencil with two cogs.