Stencils tagged with ‘it’
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 whimsical stencil helps you track the flow of your riches — from cash register to gold ingots. A little short this month? That's okay, we've even included a piggy bank for emergency breaking purposes.
This is a ready-made Fishbone, or Ishikawa, diagram to get you started on your Cause and Effect analysis. The whole diagram is made as a group for easy drag-and-drop between the stencil and your canvas. Before starting to work on your Fishbone diagram, you should ungroup the compound shape. The primary and secondary causes...more
Includes the persona icons for Cisco ISE that you would use in a PPT or logical diagram.
Icons for Citrix infrastructure
This Stencil is the updated stencil for all Citrix components for the 7.13 release of software.
This stencil contains a collection of Clavister Security Gateways for designing security network layouts.
Scaleable, labeled vector stencils converted from original isometric shapes of Visio 2007.
Create concept models to describe your concepts, including concept definition, concept attributes and the relationships between them. Concept modelling is useful when developing new software or at the beginning of complex projects. A concept model is a great addition to a glossary.