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 Be inspired by powerful National Theatre posters from the past 50 years Adobe has released free vector icons, created by leading designers including the legendary Lance Wyman The British Library’s rarely-seen Russian Revolution propaganda posters See brilliant new talks from leading designers – without leaving your desk The weird and wonderful projects we spotted at LCC’s post grad show Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators 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?