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A few months ago, I was unfairly ticketed for jaywalking. To defend myself, I created this diagram. Perhaps other jaywalkers will find it useful.
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
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.
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This stencil contains icons for Google Compute created from: https://cloud.google.com/icons/
A vector library of human chromosomes, copied from the public domain on Wikimedia Commons.
This is the third, even more comprehensive release of this stencil which follows best practice UX form design principles, providing three different ways of laying forms out, each with their own benefits. This version also provides various controls and fields including multiple CAPTCHA fields, social networking buttons and more.
With the exciting July 2011 release of jQuery Mobile cam an onslaught of people looking to design and develop for this amazing new mobile platform, myself included. As we raced to our wire-framing software to begin creating jQuery mobile layout goodness, many of us soon realized that there are no stencils available … Until...more
This is the second, more comprehensive release of this stencil which follows best practice UX form design practices, providing three different ways of laying forms out, each with their own benefits. This version also provides different button layouts, a progress indicator, captcha code input field, labels and more.
This stencil of circuit components includes equipment and novel components found in a physics lab. Documenting experimental setups in this way has been quite successful. I appreciate the circuit aesthetics of the "Microelectronics" textbook by Sedra and Smith, as well as the visual dictionary of components common in SPICE...more