Stencils tagged with ‘ui’
More new major Omni application updates mean a new, cleaner, more Leopardy interface stencil. This one makes extensive use of tables, for maximum flexibility while maintaining pixel precision. Enjoy!
Created by Brian Talbot. For more info, check out www.brian-talbot.com.
Here's a set of standard feed icons for RSS and Atom feeds. Icons come in 10x10, 12x12, 16x16, 24x24, 32x32, and 48x48 sizes, and work well on light or dark backgrounds. For more sizes and info, check out the Feed Icons website.
New standard boolean gate electrical circuits.
While OmniGraffle probably isn't a tool for professional cartographers, we've found it can be quite useful for making informal maps and directions.
We can rebuild it. Make it better, stronger, faster than it was before - we have the technology. Actually, we don't - Michael Jones took our existing electronics/circuit engineering stencil and vastly improved it: A great stencil if you're into electronics, even if you're not interested in making a bionic man.
Much interface design at Omni has started with a quick mockup in OmniGraffle. Here's the stencil I've been building, adding elements as I need them. Most designs start with an existing screenshot, with swatches of controlColor over things we need to get rid of, and layers of new controls on top of that. Clearly there are lots...more
Groupings of text and line or arrow items, styled to nicely represent parse trees, syntax trees, or BNF grammar diagrams.
User interface elements for the Windows operating system, in case you have to design an interface where Aqua widgets are considered a strange and mysterious concept, and licking them is totally out of the question.