Stencils tagged with ‘phone’
Advanced electronic components that I could not find elsewhere, including: - active sources (CCCS, CCVS, VCCS, and VCVS) - tapped inductors - zener, schottky, and bridge diodes (filled and outline) - momentary, SPST, DPST switches (correct symbols) - many connectors (headphone, RS232, molex, RJ45, BNC, RCA, servo, ATX) -...more
Android 3 Phone user interface components from the Android Stencil Kit.
This is a simple stencil containing only the basics for Android phones under the black template. The nice part about this stencil is that you can type into fields, tab names, etc. And it uses the Nexus 4 template, so the sizes should be just as they would look for an Android 4 common phone. Simple but quite useful :) Most...more
Android 4 Phone user interface components from the Android Stencil Kit.
Sketch style Android OmniGraffle template. The purpose of the sketch style wireframe is to prevent the intended audience from thinking about visual design and encourages them to focus on the functionality and behavior being proposed. Experience has shown that the more polished something looks - the less likely you are to get...more
A collection of 62 high-res 1024x1024 hardware icons that Apple uses in the finder when Coverflow is active. Even has the PC with the Blue screen of death. All with transparent backgrounds. Updated to include new MacBooks. Check out 'Apple IOS Hardware' for all the IOS devices and 'Apple Watch Hardware' for high-res Apple...more
A collection of official Apple hardware icons, for use in physical network diagramming. Includes the following: iMac (all generations) MacBook Pro (unibody, previous generation) MacBook (unibody, previous generation) PowerBook (all generations) AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule Apple Cinema Display iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch XServe...more
A collection of 95 high resolution 512x512 iOS hardware icons that Apple uses in the Finder when Coverflow is active. All with transparent backgrounds. Updated with the iPhone 7's
Here's a stencil I've been using personally for a while for creating an overview of the audiogear I use at a local stage. There's a bunch of common microphones in there, along with rackmounted gear and simplified drawings of commonly used connectors. When the demand is there, I may add other stuff to it as well.