Stencils tagged with ‘g’
Concentric circles diagram with various-sized segments.
VSM symbols to visualize the value streams in supply chains or material flows according to Lean Manufacturing principles. Extended with new symbols and improved usability. Colored symbols.
The basic shapes needed to draw a UML 2.0 State Machine Diagram.
Multi-system flow-chart for business process or system integration diagrams. Each swim lane contains processes, flows and decisioned owned by a single entity. Flows that cross swim lane boundaries indicate integration points between entities (business processes, systems).
Gee, printer-friendly! Sometimes, there’s nothing better than printing out a design and just marking it up. When we noticed that our clients were printing our wireframes, we decided to do away with the typical 11″×17″ canvas and create our own stencils, formatted for regular printer paper. This pen-ready baby is outfitted...more
This is a stencil of Pac-Man for Omnigraffle.
Essential elements of shopping cart design.
Vintage car line sketches.
This is my first attempt to use OmniGraffle to produce standard graphs used in AP Macroeconomics courses. I started with a basic set of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply graphs.