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.
Edward Anastas has put together a handy stencil composed of often-used elements in HTML and web page forms: radio buttons, checkboxes, combo boxes, entry fields and text areas. Nice looking and Aqua, to boot.
Charles Parcell has created a very slick set of stencils for website flowcharting that has just about every component you might use for a site, from Flash to PHP to .Net. And all of them in a unique, colored style. Awesome.
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)]
We spend all day creating all sorts of things with Graffle; org charts, graphs, maps and more. Somewhere along the way we discovered that in your spare time it can also be used to create a great looking boat, a house, or a spaceship! In the interest of good, clean fun the Toy Building Bricks stencil was born. Download it...more
The SAN Devices palette will eventually contain stencils for Brocade and McData Fibre Channel switches used in creating Storage Area Networks as well as Hewlett Packard's XP Storage array and possibly a tape library. Currently only XP512 stencils are complete. The palette currently contains the following stencils: - HP XP512...more
Stencil for diagramming problem frames.
Tired of those bland looking chemical reactions diagrams? Well now you can use this stencil to make spectacular looking diagrams instead. Each element in the table has a magnet count equivalent to its valence so you can easily create bonds between elements. This stencil contains elements 1 through 117, each with identifying...more
The following picture shows an OmniGraffle palette I put together for doing network diagrams. It may be useful for others.