Stencils tagged with ‘process’
Functional Flow Block Diagram (FFBD)
Contains all the major components for a Functional Flow Block Diagram (FFBD), which are used in developing the functional architecture of a system and describing the system's functional flow.
The IDEF0 Functional Modeling method is designed to model the decisions, actions, and activities of an organization or system. This is a stencil to help you out IDEF0 modeling in OmniGraffle. Please send emails with your suggestions. Enjoy it!
The Method Engineering stencil contains the shapes used in the method engineering approach of Utrecht University. For more information about (situational) method engineering check the wiki or search for Method Engineering in Google.
Components for a monocycle processor
Non-techie Process Diagram / Flowchart 1.1
We needed to map out process diagrams for various procedures and wanted something a bit more aesthetically pleasing than the more traditional approaches. This stencil consists of various normal and custom shapes, plus a few we robbed from other stencils, and line styles. Shapes are provided for: * Process * Task (both...more
Punch Through Bean & Bean+
Stencils for Punch Through Bean & Bean+ Arduino bluetooth boards. Add bluetooth to your Arduino project. Connects to any mobile device, tablet or computer that supports bluetooth.
Role Activity Diagram
Role Activity Diagram for use in business process analysis.
In SAP PI, modelling the integration scenario facilitates its later implementation & configuration a great deal. Since the Java-based Modelling Tool of the SAP Integration Builder is awkward to use, here's an easier to use equivalent stencil for Omnigraffle. 2012-01-09 v. 1.1 - minor corrections of "connectable" options...more
Service Sketching (Process Modelling)
Process Modelling (or "Service Modelling") should be simple, but nothing steals the wind from the sails of a process improvement/enhancement/re-engineering excercise like arguing over which shape does what. This stencil eliminates a lot of the additional process modelling shapes and introduces a "hand drawn sketch" feel so...more