Stencils tagged with ‘ux’
"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!
Architecture, layout, and flow for software interfaces. UI Wireflows allow you to show the architecture, basic page layout, content and flow of software in one deliverable. With 120 screens and 100 additional UI and flowchart elements, the Kit blends flowcharts and wireframes to help you clearly communicate the functionality...more
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
A stencil of UX activities and documents to illustrate the work that designers and researchers do. [originally created by Todd Zazelenchuk (Plantronics) and Elizabeth Boling (Indiana Univ)]
The world of UX is filled with deliverables. And if you're starting out in UX, you'll probably be looking for a quick and easy template to get you started producing top-quality documentation This stencil includes 5 template deliverables: - Customer Journey Map - Ecosystem - Persona - Sitemap - User Journey Each template has...more
Make beautiful flowcharts for your websites and web apps in minutes. Just drag and drop mini wireframes to create professional deliverables for your clients, developers, or team members. This flowchart stencil comes packaged with 63 mini wireframes to represent common page layouts, built on a 4-column grid with elements...more
Using custom XML shapes (included), this wireframing kit allows you to create complex forms and UI elements that act as a single shape. Includes pixel-optimized original icons and ideograms, buttons with glass effects and realistic Mac and Windows pointers.
This is a set of shapes for making wireframes for Windows Phone 7.