Stencils tagged with ‘user’
"This is Service Design Thinking" is a book on service design that offers up a visual language/icon set with a CC license. The only problem is that they only offer AI vector files or flat pdfs. That problem is solved here!
This is a basic set of UI components to use when wireframing applications that use the Bootstrap framework. It is not a complete set, but it has already saved me tons of time and I'm hoping to add more in future versions soon.
This is the ultimate stencil for folks designing iPhone apps. • Contains backgrounds, title bars, buttons, selectors, and other iPhone UI elements • Text is fully editable on lists, title bars, buttons, and scroll wheels • Buttons can be resized horizontally by ungrouping, resizing the middle element, and then regrouping the...more
Commonly used icons within the convenience and fuel industries as well as a structured framework for payment and loyalty sign-ups.
The user experience professional stencil kit allows you to design provably better web forms. The layouts included are based on eye tracking research undertaken by UX researcher Matteo Penzo (which itself used form layouts by Luke Wroblewski, a well-known UX designer). All of the core components you need to design forms...more
Create your own flow diagrams and timelines to map our your use cases and map out the happy path of the customer journey with this stencil from Growth Gauge. The stencil includes Standard UML & Flow Diagram elements, including start, end, decision making, and conditional iterative areas plus small icons to annotate new...more
A set of user groups icons in various sizes. useful for creating mixed demographic and single demographic populations.
Arrow set for use on your charts, diagrams, and illustrations of information, ideas, and concepts. Use in conjunction with UX People, US Human Figures, and UX People Builder stencils. Optimal for information architecture, interaction design, and user experience projects.
Stylized caricatures of leading figures in the fields of user experience, information architecture, and interaction design.