Stencils tagged with ‘wireframe’
iPhone / Clear Pro
This is an enhanced version of iOS7 Clear. This iPhone stencil includes many iOS 7 user interface elements, each element is transparent so it can be used on any colored background to make attractive mockups for your iOS apps. It's just more beautiful and professional! Please note this stencil will only work on coloured...more
iPhone / Color Stencil
All new elements for iOS7 flat style. You can change colors to fit your requirements. It's fresh, cool and yet useful!
iPhone GT 4.7 inch
Optimized for fast production of accurate wireframes, this high quality stencil contains all the building blocks you need to assemble typical iOS views for all iPhone models with 4.7 inch screens (including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s). Made by a professional interaction designer, they are the result of a long and continuous...more
iPhone GT 4 inch
Optimized for fast production of accurate wireframes, this high quality stencil contains all the building blocks you need to assemble typical iOS views for all iPhone models with 4 inch screens (including the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and iPhone SE). Made by a professional interaction designer, they are the result of a long and...more
iPhone UI Elements
This comprehensive iPhone stencil has everything you need to start designing a great iOS app. To get you started, this stencil includes all the basic user interface elements you need to design an iOS app -- header bars, navigation bars, search bars, buttons, labels, select menus, dialogs, gestures, lists, sliders, and...more
iPhone Wireframe Stencil
iPhone wireframe components from the iPhone Stencils Kit.
Download our set of gesture icons for interaction design. It includes icons for touchscreen interaction, free gestures and mobile phone gestures. You find an explanation how to use each gesture here:
Less Framework v4 Stencil
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.