Stencils tagged with ‘tablet’
Square Wireframe Kit provides a simple, flexible, and fun way to wireframe. Simple square blocks can be easily resized, rearranged, stacked, and edited to build wireframes for anything from a traditional website to a mobile app. If you need to show more detail, squares come in two versions so you can switch between mock...more
Gee, printer-friendly! Sometimes, there’s nothing better than printing out a design and just marking it up. When we noticed that our clients were printing our wireframes, we decided to do away with the typical 11″×17″ canvas and create our own stencils, formatted for regular printer paper. This pen-ready baby is outfitted...more
Rapid Wireframing for Desktop, Tablet and Phones. Our massive wireframe library has 30 pages of content blocks, website elements, icons, wireframe examples and templates. Every single component comes in three sizes to quickly create wireframes showing desktop, tablet and phone layouts. The templates can also be used to...more
Responsive web and flat UI design is the current trend. This file satisfies that trend giving you all of the components and web elements needed that is responsive-ready! Graphs, buttons, checkboxes, drop downs, search boxes, notifications, radio buttons, controllers, sign in form, CTAs (call to actions), hero, register form...more
This office stencil helps you save time and energy planning your next office move or re-organization. Includes furniture, computers (Mac and Microsoft), equipment, tablets (Microsoft Surface, iPad Air, iPad mini), desks, plants, chairs, break room equipment, microwave, lamps, modem, router, monitors, printers, plotters (for...more
A quick Nexus 7 Tablet for Android 7" mockups.
Android 4 Tablet user interface components from the Android Stencil Kit.
Blackberry Tablet user interface components from the Blackberry Stencil Kit.
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.