Stencils tagged with ‘it’
Additional UML diagram tools, esp. for Use Case and Activity diagrams. There is also a Domain object for class domain or namespace groupings in Class and Collaboration diagrams.
The default stencil of United Security Providers, Switzerland's largest IT security provider. Contains network symbols like switches, routers, gateways as well as servers and generic symbols. There are also symbols for USP products, like the USP Secure Gateways, USP Network Authentication System and USP Secure Entry Server.
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
A stencil of UX activities and documents to illustrate the work that designers and researchers do. [originally created by Todd Zazelenchuk (Plantronics) and Elizabeth Boling (Indiana Univ)]
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.
The world of UX is filled with deliverables. And if you're starting out in UX, you'll probably be looking for a quick and easy template to get you started producing top-quality documentation This stencil includes 5 template deliverables: - Customer Journey Map - Ecosystem - Persona - Sitemap - User Journey Each template has...more
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.
Stylized people for use as personas, icons, individuals, or groups on your charts, diagrams, and illustrations of information, ideas, and concepts. Optimal for information architecture, interaction design, and user experience projects.