Stencils tagged with ‘mobile’
All new elements for iOS7 flat style. You can change colors to fit your requirements. It's fresh, cool and yet useful!
This iPhone stencil includes various iOS user interface elements -- but every element is transparent so it can be used on any colored background to make attractive mockups for your iOS apps. Oh, did I mention that it's iOS7.
This is a basic set of UI components to use when wireframing applications that use the Bootstrap framework. It is not a complete set, but it has already saved me tons of time and I'm hoping to add more in future versions soon.
Official stencil file created by the Android design team for Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). Happy mockup making! Notes: - You can get Roboto (the font used in the stencil) here as well as other source files: http://developer.android.com/design/downloads/index.html - You may use the materials in this file without...more
Graphics showing the flow from one screen to another to indicate to developer how to transition screens after a user takes an action. Can be used for mobile apps or mobile web pages as well.
We recently refactored the stencil to render better in the stencil palette :) UI layouts and components for the HTML5 mobile framework Sencha Touch. This stencil contains buttons, date picker, form elements, toolbars, and more! Brought to you by @dmackerman at Modus Create, Inc.! www.moduscreate.com
With the exciting July 2011 release of jQuery Mobile cam an onslaught of people looking to design and develop for this amazing new mobile platform, myself included. As we raced to our wire-framing software to begin creating jQuery mobile layout goodness, many of us soon realized that there are no stencils available … Until...more
Download our set of gesture icons for interaction design. It includes icons for touchscreen interaction, free gestures and mobile phone gestures. You find an explanation how to use each gesture here:
This stencil supports the Less Framework (v4) for creating grid-based, responsive web designs for standard, tablet and mobile devices. (See: lessframework.com). We've created this in the effort to encourage interaction designers and information architects to consider grid-based design in their prototypes and wireframes.