Stencils tagged with ‘symbols’
Used at airports and transportation hubs, the AIGA symbol signs are a joint effort between AIGA and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Especially nifty for making maps of floor layouts for public display.
These batteries are vector-based. Each battery's components can be ungrouped. You can also adjust the 'charge' to any length and change it to any colour. If you scale the batteries, you may have adjust the relevant line weights and the radius of some of the components.
All cricket scoring symbols that are described in Tom Smith's "Cricket Umpiring and Scoring" book can be found in this stencil.
This is an excellent stencil set of formal network symbols, for when the poofy internet cloud simply isn't enough. Oh wait — the poofy internet cloud is still there, hiding behind the moniker of "Network Cloud". That seems formal, maybe not black tie, but pretty formal.
I got annoyed with writing and dragging symbols from LaTeX to OmniGraffle, so here's a fairly large list of math symbols. Included in the package: - Greek letters, upper and lower-case; - Binary relations, groups & sets, etc.; - Blackboard bold (double-struck) uppercase letters; - Hebrew letters; - Arrows, harpoons, loops...more
These are military map symbols. They probably don't make a lot of sense unless you're making military plans.
Use this stencil to represent words, ideas, and tasks arranged around a central idea.
Scaleable, labeled vector stencils converted from original isometric shapes of Visio 2007.
Here is a range of North Points for use with architectural plans and maps. Some sparrows made their way into the stencils as well.