34 stencils shared
A handy collection of walls, windows, and doors for laying out basic floorplans.
A handy collection of plumbing fixtures for laying out basic floorplans.
A handy collection of furniture for laying out basic floorplans.
A handy collection of appliances for laying out basic floorplans.
More new major Omni application updates mean a new, cleaner, more Leopardy interface stencil. This one makes extensive use of tables, for maximum flexibility while maintaining pixel precision. Enjoy!
New standard boolean gate electrical circuits.
Flip-flop boolean gates. Includes RS, D, T and JK latches.
A collection of icons used in mapping flow of Acute Coronary Syndrome patients in the Emergency Department. The text may be edited to include a time (elapsed or actual) to compare flow for individual patients, or merely to illustrates paths and branch points to determine bottlenecks.
This is a nifty little stencil for doing ERM (Entity Relationship Models) and EPC (Event Driven Process Chains). Although the labels are in German, the symbols still speak for themselves.
We can rebuild it. Make it better, stronger, faster than it was before - we have the technology. Actually, we don't - Michael Jones took our existing electronics/circuit engineering stencil and vastly improved it: A great stencil if you're into electronics, even if you're not interested in making a bionic man.
Groupings of text and line or arrow items, styled to nicely represent parse trees, syntax trees, or BNF grammar diagrams.
This is a film lighting stencil for those of you out there hoping for a big break in Hollywood, but it still doesn't answer the question of what a "Best Boy" is — better ask the Gaffer.
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.
Additional UML diagram tools, esp. for Use Case and Activity diagrams. There is also a Domain object for class domain or namespace groupings in Class and Collaboration diagrams.
A set of large application and system icons from Mac OS X (Part 1).
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
While OmniGraffle probably isn't a tool for professional cartographers, we've found it can be quite useful for making informal maps and directions.
A handy stencil for staging camera movement and more; aspiring directors can set their cameras and actors, pan and dolly movements, show bounce cards and then have someone call lunch.
Since I get a lot of feedback about how slow some stencils seem to function, and we're all too aware of performance on the very pretty yet complicated Network stencil, I've taken it upon myself to create some very spartan, almost abstract stencils of Apple machines, from the Second Era of Jobs. They are all to scale with each...more
Much interface design at Omni has started with a quick mockup in OmniGraffle. Here's the stencil I've been building, adding elements as I need them. Most designs start with an existing screenshot, with swatches of controlColor over things we need to get rid of, and layers of new controls on top of that. Clearly there are lots...more
Use this stencil to represent words, ideas, and tasks arranged around a central idea.
Got a green thumb? You should probably get that checked out, you know. But if it turns out you aren't a flesh eating zombie, maybe you're horticulturally inclined and a prime candidate for enjoying the many, many (well "several") uses of our new Garden Stencil.
Want to make sense of all that spaghetti that traditionally lives behind your entertainment center? This is the stencil for you! Includes RCA cables, S-Video, DVI, Optical and more.
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
A set of large application and system icons from Mac OS X (Part 2).
This is an excellent stencil set of formal network symbols, for when the poofy internet cloud simply isn't enough. Oh wait — the poofy internet cloud is still there, hiding behind the moniker of "Network Cloud". That seems formal, maybe not black tie, but pretty formal.
Stencil for diagramming problem frames.
A set of small application and system icons from Mac OS X (Part 1).
A set of small application and system icons from Mac OS X (Part 2).
This whimsical stencil helps you track the flow of your riches — from cash register to gold ingots. A little short this month? That's okay, we've even included a piggy bank for emergency breaking purposes.
This is a nice set of objects and assets to better manage projects in Apple's DVD Studio Pro. Also available in a large version.
Just a variety of line styles and colors, ready-made. Customize this with your favorite line-styles.
Stencil with components for diagramming problem frames.
This is a nice set of objects and assets to better manage projects in Apple's DVD Studio Pro. Also available in a small version.