Stencils tagged with ‘map’
Clean and easy to use, this flowchart stencil was compiled with university students in mind, but also suitable for professionals seeking for no frill flowcharting with all symbols in one stencil. Having had a strict assignment marker myself, I've only included traditional symbols and uniformly sat magnet connector to NSEW....more
This stencil contains a comprehensive collection of Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) v2.0 visual elements. Clean and easy to use out-of-the-box, this stencil is suitable for anyone seeking no-frill notational symbols with all elements in one stencil. Your diagrams will look professional on-screen and print nicely,...more
Use this stencil to construct train or other network maps. Also works for visualising work processes. The station labels are transparent lines attached to the stations, so can be rotated around the station to make room for lines. When connecting a line to a station, be sure it snaps to the magnet at the station’s centre. To...more
A simple stencil to layout projects across multiple years.
Architecture, layout, and flow for software interfaces. UI Wireflows allow you to show the architecture, basic page layout, content and flow of software in one deliverable. With 120 screens and 100 additional UI and flowchart elements, the Kit blends flowcharts and wireframes to help you clearly communicate the functionality...more
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
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.
Map of provinces in Spain
MetaMaps or DSRP Diagrams were developed at Cornell University by Dr. Derek Cabrera. They are "Metacognitive Maps" that show both the information and the structure of an idea or knowledge. They are based on four universal patterns of cognition ("DSRP"). MetaMaps are used by preschoolers and PhDs, CEOs and consultants. It is...more