GestureWorks Open Source Multitouch Gesture Library

GestureWorks is a multitouch authoring environment for Flash and Flex that ships with a library of over 20 unique gestures. This gesture library is built upon an open source gesture framework, allowing developers to customize and extend the “gesture object” to create support for new gestures. The library is available for GestureWorks, and posters in PNG, PDF and AI format are also provided.

Touch Gesture Reference Guide

Luke Wroblewski’s Touch Gesture Reference Guide is a set of resources for software designers and developers working on touch-based user interfaces. The guide contains: 1) an overview of the core gestures used for most touch commands 2) how to utilize these gestures to support major user actions 3) visual representations of each gesture to use in design documentation and deliverables 4) an outline of how popular software platforms support core touch gestures. Downloadable in PDF, EPS, and OmniGraffle formats.

Vyoopoint Design Presentations Tool - A Must-Have for Every Creative Professional

Vyoopoint is an online design presentations tool. It makes it easy to create and review a website design presentation or any other design project. Suitable for creative professionals - from freelancers to large advertising agencies. It supports flash files, allows not only text comments but also image markups and video markups, has automated version control and many more… Check its features!

A wireframe kit for Google Drawings

Morten Just created wireframe templates using the new drawing tools available for Google Docs. The illustration tools in Docs gives you basic shapes you need to create UI elements that can be combined and grouped to create components. The biggest advantage is that since it’s document authoring in the Docs cloud, you can do collaborative editing.

For what it's worth, I don't think this is ideal, but it is interesting because of the online collaboration. Like OmniGraffle, it wasn't created for wireframing, but clever designers will always find a way to make tools useful for our needs, beyond what they were intended for.

Kicker Studio: Touchscreen Stencils

Gesture stencils based on drawings Rachel Glaves did for the book, "Designing Gestural Interfaces," suitable for using in documentation. The drawings are of hands performing common touchscreen gestures like tap, slide, point, drag, pinch, and spread. Available in OmniGraffle, Illustrator, Photoshop, Fireworks and SVG formats.