Stencils tagged with ‘map’
A stencil used more as a style starter for darker maps. Best used on a 50% gray to full black background.
North America is brought to you by Canada, The United States, Mexico and many more nations (as well as a fine set of islands). English and native-language names of states, provinces and countries are stored in the notes field and will pop up in OmniGraffle Pro. Clicking with the action tool (the gloved hand) will direct your...more
Here is a range of North Points for use with architectural plans and maps. Some sparrows made their way into the stencils as well.
Simple stencil to easily create infographics maps pointers and graph tables.
This stencil can be used to create a very user friendly Gantt chart to indicate tasks or projects and their priority over a 2 year timespan, using different colors to show resources or segments of the tasks or projects.
This is the Risk board game map.
Handy for creating directions. Road sign shields were modified from originals at the Wikimedia Commons.
some graphics from robomind (http://www.robomind.net/en/), which is software specifically developed to support technology education. you can now build robomind maps directly in OmniGraffle.
Here are some scale rulers that you can drag onto your maps, site plans, floor plans, or any other project where you want to provide your audience with a sense of scale. You are welcome to modify these rulers to suit your needs and post them back on Graffletopia as your own. Note: These rulers are completely vector based, so...more