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Progressive disclosure controls - Vector stencils library

The vector stencils library "Progressive disclosure controls" contains 12 icons of Windows 8 progressive disclosure controls.
Use it to design graphic user interface (GUI) prototypes of your software applications for Windows 8.
"With a progressive disclosure control, users can show or hide additional information including data, options, or commands. Progressive disclosure promotes simplicity by focusing on the essential, yet revealing additional detail as needed. ...
Chevrons show or hide the remaining items in completely or partially hidden content. Usually the items are shown in place, but they can also be shown in a pop-up menu. When in place, the item stays expanded until the user collapses it. ...
Arrows show a pop-up command menu. The item stays expanded until the user makes a selection or clicks anywhere.
If the arrow button is an independent control, it receives input focus and is activated with the space bar. If the arrow button has a parent control, the parent receives input focus and the arrow is activated with Alt+down arrow and Alt+up arrow keys, as with the drop-down list control. ...
Plus and minus controls expand or collapse to show container content in place when navigating through a hierarchy. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it. Although these look like buttons, their behavior is in-place.
The associated object receives input focus. The plus is activated with the right arrow key, and the minus with the left arrow key. ...
Rotating triangles show or hide additional information in place for an individual item. They are also used to expand containers. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it.
The associated object receives input focus. The collapsed (right-pointing) triangle is activated with the right arrow key, and the expanded (downward-pointing) triangle with the left arrow key. ...
Like chevrons, additional information is shown or hidden in place. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it. Unlike chevrons, the glyphs have a graphical representation of the action, typically with an arrow indicating what will happen. ... Preview arrows are best reserved for situations where a standard chevron doesn't adequately communicate the control's behavior, such as when the disclosure is complex or there is more than one type of disclosure." [msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dn742409%28v=vs.85%29.aspx]
The icons example "Progressive disclosure controls - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Windows 8 User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Single chevron control - down
Single chevron control - down, progressive disclosure controls,
Single chevron control - up
Single chevron control - up, progressive disclosure controls,
Double chevron control - back
Double chevron control - back, progressive disclosure controls,
Double chevron control - forward
Double chevron control - forward, progressive disclosure controls,
Arrow control button - down
Arrow control button - down, arrow control,
Arrow control button - right
Arrow control button - right, arrow control,
Arrow control - down
Arrow control - down, arrow control,
Arrow control - right
Arrow control - right, arrow control,
Plus control
Plus control, progressive disclosure controls, plus control, expand,
Minus control
Minus control, progressive disclosure controls, minus control, collapse,
Rotating triangle - expand
Rotating triangle - expand, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control,
Rotating triangle - collapse
Rotating triangle - collapse, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control,
The vector stencils library "Progressive disclosure controls" contains 12 icons of Windows 8 progressive disclosure controls.
Use it to design graphic user interface (GUI) prototypes of your software applications for Windows 8.
"With a progressive disclosure control, users can show or hide additional information including data, options, or commands. Progressive disclosure promotes simplicity by focusing on the essential, yet revealing additional detail as needed. ...
Chevrons show or hide the remaining items in completely or partially hidden content. Usually the items are shown in place, but they can also be shown in a pop-up menu. When in place, the item stays expanded until the user collapses it. ...
Arrows show a pop-up command menu. The item stays expanded until the user makes a selection or clicks anywhere.
If the arrow button is an independent control, it receives input focus and is activated with the space bar. If the arrow button has a parent control, the parent receives input focus and the arrow is activated with Alt+down arrow and Alt+up arrow keys, as with the drop-down list control. ...
Plus and minus controls expand or collapse to show container content in place when navigating through a hierarchy. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it. Although these look like buttons, their behavior is in-place.
The associated object receives input focus. The plus is activated with the right arrow key, and the minus with the left arrow key. ...
Rotating triangles show or hide additional information in place for an individual item. They are also used to expand containers. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it.
The associated object receives input focus. The collapsed (right-pointing) triangle is activated with the right arrow key, and the expanded (downward-pointing) triangle with the left arrow key. ...
Like chevrons, additional information is shown or hidden in place. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it. Unlike chevrons, the glyphs have a graphical representation of the action, typically with an arrow indicating what will happen. ... Preview arrows are best reserved for situations where a standard chevron doesn't adequately communicate the control's behavior, such as when the disclosure is complex or there is more than one type of disclosure." [msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dn742409%28v=vs.85%29.aspx]
The icons example "Progressive disclosure controls - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Windows 8 User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Single chevron control - down
Single chevron control - down, progressive disclosure controls,
Single chevron control - up
Single chevron control - up, progressive disclosure controls,
Double chevron control - back
Double chevron control - back, progressive disclosure controls,
Double chevron control - forward
Double chevron control - forward, progressive disclosure controls,
Arrow control button - down
Arrow control button - down, arrow control,
Arrow control button - right
Arrow control button - right, arrow control,
Arrow control - down
Arrow control - down, arrow control,
Arrow control - right
Arrow control - right, arrow control,
Plus control
Plus control, progressive disclosure controls, plus control, expand,
Minus control
Minus control, progressive disclosure controls, minus control, collapse,
Rotating triangle - expand
Rotating triangle - expand, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control,
Rotating triangle - collapse
Rotating triangle - collapse, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control,
The vector stencils library "Glyph icons" contains 38 glyph and symbol UI icons. Use this glyph UI icon set to design graphic user interface (GUI) of your software application for OS X 10.10 Yosemite Apple Mac operating system.
The example "Glyph icons - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Mac OS User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Check mark grey
Check mark grey, check mark grey,
Check mark black
Check mark black, check mark black,
Submenu indicator
Submenu indicator, submenu indicator,
Command glyph
Command glyph, command glyph,
Add glyph
Add glyph, add glyph,
Delete glyph
Delete glyph, delete glyph,
Drag vertical glyph
Drag vertical glyph, drag vertical glyph,
Drag horizontal glyph
Drag horizontal glyph, drag horizontal glyph,
Expand corner
Expand corner, expand corner,
Collapse up icon
Collapse up icon, collapse up,
Collapse down icon
Collapse down icon, collapse down,
Settings icon
Settings icon, settings icon,
Chevron
Chevron, chevron,
Up-down arrows
Up-down arrows, arrows,
Divider
Divider, divider,
Up arrow
Up arrow, up arrow,
Delete key
Delete key, delete key,
Key control
Key control, key control,
Search icon
Search icon, search icon,
Search icon 2
Search icon 2, search icon,
All My Files icon
All My Files icon, All my files icon, sidebar icon,
AirDrop icon
AirDrop icon, AirDrop icon, sidebar icon,
iCloud icon
iCloud icon, iCloud icon, sidebar icon,
Applications icon
Applications icon, Applications icon, sidebar icon,
Documents icon
Documents icon, documents icon, sidebar icon,
Downloads icon
Downloads icon, downloads icon, sidebar icon,
Desktop icon
Desktop icon, desktop icon, sidebar icon,
Tag - red
Tag - red, tag,
Tag - orange
Tag - orange, tag,
Tag - yellow
Tag - yellow, tag,
Tag - green
Tag - green, tag,
Tag - blue
Tag - blue, tag,
Tag - purple
Tag - purple, tag,
Tag - gray
Tag - gray, tag,
All tags
All tags, all tags glyph, tag,
Apple icon
Apple icon, Apple icon, Mac OS icon,
Disclosure triangle
Disclosure triangle, disclosure triangle,
Refresh
Refresh, refresh icon,
The vector stencils library "Progressive disclosure controls" contains 12 icons of Windows 8 progressive disclosure controls.
Use it to design graphic user interface (GUI) prototypes of your software applications for Windows 8.
"With a progressive disclosure control, users can show or hide additional information including data, options, or commands. Progressive disclosure promotes simplicity by focusing on the essential, yet revealing additional detail as needed. ...
Chevrons show or hide the remaining items in completely or partially hidden content. Usually the items are shown in place, but they can also be shown in a pop-up menu. When in place, the item stays expanded until the user collapses it. ...
Arrows show a pop-up command menu. The item stays expanded until the user makes a selection or clicks anywhere.
If the arrow button is an independent control, it receives input focus and is activated with the space bar. If the arrow button has a parent control, the parent receives input focus and the arrow is activated with Alt+down arrow and Alt+up arrow keys, as with the drop-down list control. ...
Plus and minus controls expand or collapse to show container content in place when navigating through a hierarchy. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it. Although these look like buttons, their behavior is in-place.
The associated object receives input focus. The plus is activated with the right arrow key, and the minus with the left arrow key. ...
Rotating triangles show or hide additional information in place for an individual item. They are also used to expand containers. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it.
The associated object receives input focus. The collapsed (right-pointing) triangle is activated with the right arrow key, and the expanded (downward-pointing) triangle with the left arrow key. ...
Like chevrons, additional information is shown or hidden in place. The item stays expanded until the user collapses it. Unlike chevrons, the glyphs have a graphical representation of the action, typically with an arrow indicating what will happen. ... Preview arrows are best reserved for situations where a standard chevron doesn't adequately communicate the control's behavior, such as when the disclosure is complex or there is more than one type of disclosure." [msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dn742409%28v=vs.85%29.aspx]
The icons example "Progressive disclosure controls - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Windows 8 User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Single chevron control - down
Single chevron control - down, progressive disclosure controls,
Single chevron control - up
Single chevron control - up, progressive disclosure controls,
Double chevron control - back
Double chevron control - back, progressive disclosure controls,
Double chevron control - forward
Double chevron control - forward, progressive disclosure controls,
Arrow control button - down
Arrow control button - down, arrow control,
Arrow control button - right
Arrow control button - right, arrow control,
Arrow control - down
Arrow control - down, arrow control,
Arrow control - right
Arrow control - right, arrow control,
Plus control
Plus control, progressive disclosure controls, plus control, expand,
Minus control
Minus control, progressive disclosure controls, minus control, collapse,
Rotating triangle - expand
Rotating triangle - expand, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control,
Rotating triangle - collapse
Rotating triangle - collapse, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control,

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Cross-Functional Flowchart is a type of chart which shows the series of process steps connected by the arrows to depict their order and applies the swim lanes to provide an extra dimension with means of assigning each process step to certain category. Often the category or the functional unit is a stakeholder (department, person, role), resource, project, phase, or any other attribute. Cross-Functional Flowcharts visually illustrate relationships between the business processes and the functional units responsible for this processes. ConceptDraw PRO is a powerful diagramming and vector drawing software for professional design Cross-Functional Flowcharts using the common notation of shapes and swim lanes. Cross-Functional Flowcharts solution included to the Business Processes area of ConceptDraw Solution Park provides numerous well-designed vector objects and connector tools for quick, easy and effective organizing information, representing process flows and relationships, and drawing Cross-Functional Flowcharts for business, science, education, technology, etc. Read more
The vector stencils library "Glyph icons" contains 38 glyph and symbol UI icons. Use this glyph UI icon set to design graphic user interface (GUI) of your software application for OS X 10.10 Yosemite Apple Mac operating system.
The example "Glyph icons - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Mac OS User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Check mark grey
Check mark grey, check mark grey,
Check mark black
Check mark black, check mark black,
Submenu indicator
Submenu indicator, submenu indicator,
Command glyph
Command glyph, command glyph,
Add glyph
Add glyph, add glyph,
Delete glyph
Delete glyph, delete glyph,
Drag vertical glyph
Drag vertical glyph, drag vertical glyph,
Drag horizontal glyph
Drag horizontal glyph, drag horizontal glyph,
Expand corner
Expand corner, expand corner,
Collapse up icon
Collapse up icon, collapse up,
Collapse down icon
Collapse down icon, collapse down,
Settings icon
Settings icon, settings icon,
Chevron
Chevron, chevron,
Up-down arrows
Up-down arrows, arrows,
Divider
Divider, divider,
Up arrow
Up arrow, up arrow,
Delete key
Delete key, delete key,
Key control
Key control, key control,
Search icon
Search icon, search icon,
Search icon 2
Search icon 2, search icon,
All My Files icon
All My Files icon, All my files icon, sidebar icon,
AirDrop icon
AirDrop icon, AirDrop icon, sidebar icon,
iCloud icon
iCloud icon, iCloud icon, sidebar icon,
Applications icon
Applications icon, Applications icon, sidebar icon,
Documents icon
Documents icon, documents icon, sidebar icon,
Downloads icon
Downloads icon, downloads icon, sidebar icon,
Desktop icon
Desktop icon, desktop icon, sidebar icon,
Tag - red
Tag - red, tag,
Tag - orange
Tag - orange, tag,
Tag - yellow
Tag - yellow, tag,
Tag - green
Tag - green, tag,
Tag - blue
Tag - blue, tag,
Tag - purple
Tag - purple, tag,
Tag - gray
Tag - gray, tag,
All tags
All tags, all tags glyph, tag,
Apple icon
Apple icon, Apple icon, Mac OS icon,
Disclosure triangle
Disclosure triangle, disclosure triangle,
Refresh
Refresh, refresh icon,
The vector stencils library "Progressive disclosure controls" contains 12 icons of Windows 8 progressive disclosure controls.
Use it to design graphic user interface (GUI) prototypes of your software applications for Windows 8.
The icons example "Design elements - Progressive disclosure controls" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Windows 8 User Interface solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
UI icons
UI icons, progressive disclosure controls, triangle control, progressive disclosure controls, plus control, expand, progressive disclosure controls, minus control, collapse, progressive disclosure controls, arrow control,

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