Stencils tagged with ‘ia’
Pyramid diagrams are used to express hierarchy. The diagram looks like a triangle that is sliced along the y-axis and parallel to the x-axis. You can enter text into each layer of the pyramid. If need be, you can delete the wider layers, to create a smaller pyramid.
A huge set of simple social media icons. They are vector / scalable. It's a direct port from Alex Peattie's set from here: http://www.alexpeattie.com/projects/justvector_icons. Thanks Alex!
This stencil allows you to create site maps in manual mode. It has various page types that can be dragged and dropped on the page as well as description copy blocks. Very helpful for people who used to create site maps manually in Visio.
This stencil contains reusable shapes and elements for sketching wireframes or wireframing sketches whatever you prefer. This was done after realising that the sketch tools out there where quite closed in the elements they have and also its quite difficult to share your sketches digitally. You probably know what I am talking...more
GLYPHICONS Free - Social icon pack. CC-BY license: GLYPHICONS.com
With this OmniGraffle Stencil, I hope to help other Interaction Designers and Information Architects quickly build up interfaces with common Social Media interface components. To keep scaling and moving easy, I've done my best to be smart about which shapes to combine as unions, group as objects, keep editable text, or keep...more
Social Media people that you can use for charts and diagrams of communities, bloggers, Tweeps, whatever you can imagine.
This was another Visio stencil that I converted to .gstencil. It includes various SonicWALL security appliances/firewalls and a few miscellaneous networking objects.
A simple stencil supporting creation of a plain state transition diagram. All elements are tagged and coloured variations are supplied. Additional explanation can be added to describe your elements used.