How Critical Mass redesigned the cash machine for Citibank The new touchscreen interface uses modern UX principles to make ATMs easier and faster to use. By Neil Bennett | on January 29, 2014 Share Share Read next The Biggest Logo Redesigns 2016/17: Calvin Klein, BBC Three, Mozilla, Kodak & more 86 Best Photoshop tutorials Be inspired by powerful National Theatre posters from the past 50 years Visual Trends 2017: These are this year's must-know colour, design, branding and photography trends The British Library’s rarely-seen Russian Revolution propaganda posters Design trends 2017: 24 leading designers & art/creative directors tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Comments Eric Nowina said: Consider that the hardware didn't change w/ the design and it had to run on a broad range of ATM machines, some potentially running hardware/software more than a decade old. Ed Cabral said: Article is like 2 paragraphs. The design screen examples only like 3 or 4 pages. Not enough to tell if it is innovative or not. I wouldn't judge without the looking at entire scope. CMASS is a great Digital agency. Best in the world! none available said: I see the experience has been optimized to basic standards set forth years ago in regards to interactive applications, but I don't quite see how they introduced innovation the experience in any way. Between2Ferns said: Aside from making better bottons and colors, how is this innovative?