Ultimate Machine UI

The world's first and most intuitive single-faceted graphical user interface for ATMs and Vending Machines, It is the beginning of a new simpler Era at the Machine.


  • 1967

    The world's first ATM machine was deployed

    Ever Since the ATM machine was invented 51 years ago, in 1967, customers have interacted with these machines via multi-faceted graphical user interfaces (GUI) which require Customers to progress through a series of interfaces to submit an order.

  • 2018

    Please No More Multi-faceted Interfaces

    Customers are Overwhelmed, Is not a secret everyone dislikes having to progress through a series of interfaces to submit an order at ATMs and Vending Machines.

  • 2018

    The Struggle is Over

    Ultimate Machine UI, the world's first and most intuitive single-faceted user interface for ATMs and vending Machines, is the beginning of a New Era were customers Won't need to progress through a series of interfaces to submit an order at the machine.


ATM machines
Model 1


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Please Retrieve your Cash Withdrawal



( Tap to Close )

Oops

This Machine can only dispatch bills Of:


$10: limited to $200
$20: limited to $1500
$50: limited to $1500
$100:limited to $1500





Please Insert your Cash Deposit



( Tap to cancel )




Please Insert your Deposit



( Tap to cancel )



Please Insert your Checks Deposit



( Tap to cancel )



$
Were Sent


( Tap to Close)


$
were sent from Saving Account


( Tap to Close)

Oooops



Please select a service and an Account
for your transaction


( Tap to close )

Good Bye



Need a Receipt?

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$
Were Transfered from Saving to Checking


( Tap to Close)


$
Were Transfered from Checking to Savings


( Tap to Close)

CHECKING balance: -$2,200.00

Date Source/Destination Amount
03/15/2030 @HomeDepot#12345 -$800.00
03/10/2030 @grocery store#68523 -$65.00
03/08/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$200.00
03/05/2030 @Direct Deposit received +$1500.00
03/02/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$80.00
02/28/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$30.00
(Tab to Close)

SAVING balance: $1,500.00

Date Source/Destination Amount
03/15/2030 @HomeDepot#12345 -$800.00
03/10/2030 @grocery store#68523 -$65.00
03/08/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$200.00
03/05/2030 @Direct Deposit received +$1500.00
03/02/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$80.00
02/28/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$30.00
(Tab to Close)



Tap X to Cancel
Hi,
How can I assist you today?
I would like to:
To / From:
Transfer To Checking Transfer To Saving

I need $ in bills of:

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Confirm

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Linear Flow User Experience

This single-faceted user interface consist of Sections organized into Rows, the customer simply needs to select the desired option in each Row. A Linear flow user experience is the most intuitive and minimalist experience a machine can ever offer.

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To Favor the Majority

Making the native Language the default language of the machine will save 90% of the customers from having to select a language since most customers speak or understand the native language of the city/country. The minority who doesn't speaks or understands the native language will, however, need to select the desired language in the first Row.

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Accounts display their Balances

The button that represents each Account also displays the current Balance of that account, so the customer is not required to make an extra step or look somewhere else just to know his accounts balances. This makes for a much simpler and transparent customer experience.



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Linear-Number-Keypad

The linear number keypad in this graphical user interface does not limits the customer to $20 , $40, $80, $100 etc. It offers a more complete and versatile experience. Customers will use it to seamlessly specify the amount of their Withdraws, Transfers, Payments, Money to Send and more. The Linear format of this keypad gives it a minimalist look and feel. Customer will use it only if they need to.



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Bill Denomination

Bill Denomination is a feature offered by modern ATM machines, this is a feature that allows the customer to specify the desired bills of a Withdraw. This is how the experience of specifying the desired bills looks like with this design.



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Omni-Experience

Yes, this single-faceted user interface also looks and feels great in mobile applications. Providing customers a consistent user experience via any channel (ATM machine, mobile application, website, etc) is great customer service. This design is friendly enough to be on any screen.


ATM machines
Model 2

Confirm

Go Back



Please Retrieve your Cash Withdrawal



( Tap to Close )

Oops

This Machine can only dispatch bills Of:


$10: limited to $200
$20: limited to $1500
$50: limited to $1500
$100:limited to $1500





Please Insert your Cash Deposit



( Tap to cancel )




Please Insert your Deposit



( Tap to cancel )



Please Insert your Checks Deposit



( Tap to cancel )



$
Were Sent


( Tap to Close)


$
were sent from Saving Account


( Tap to Close)

Oooops



Please select a service and an Account
for your transaction


( Tap to close )

Good Bye



Need a Receipt?

Go Back


$
Were Transfered from Saving to Checking


( Tap to Close)


$
Were Transfered from Checking to Savings


( Tap to Close)

CHECKING balance: -$2,200.00

Date Source/Destination Amount
03/15/2030 @HomeDepot#12345 -$800.00
03/10/2030 @grocery store#68523 -$65.00
03/08/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$200.00
03/05/2030 @Direct Deposit received +$1500.00
03/02/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$80.00
02/28/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$30.00
(Tab to Close)

SAVING balance: $1,500.00

Date Source/Destination Amount
03/15/2030 @HomeDepot#12345 -$800.00
03/10/2030 @grocery store#68523 -$65.00
03/08/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$200.00
03/05/2030 @Direct Deposit received +$1500.00
03/02/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$80.00
02/28/2030 @grocery Store#14523 -$30.00
(Tab to Close)



Tap X to Cancel
Hi,
How can I assist you today?
CHECKING
Balance: -$2, 200.00
SAVINGS
Balance: -$1, 200.00

I need $ in bills of:

Confirm

Go Back

Confirm

Go Back

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Linear Flow Experience



The customer simply needs to select the desired option in each Row. The user experience at the machine can't get any simpler.

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2 sections combined into one

In ATM model 2 the sections 'Services' and 'Accounts' are combined into a single Row offering the customer the convenience of selecting the desired service and desired account with the press of a single button. The customer simply needs to select the desired Service at the desired Account.

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Stylish Appeal


Not only it is the world's first single-faceted interface for ATMs and vending Machines which makes the customer experience much simpler and transparent. It also has a great appearance.

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Transfers Between Accounts

To make a transfer simply select the transfer button at the desired Account, an arrow will appear pointing to the destination Account.

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Making a Deposit

To make a Deposit simply select the Deposit button at the desired account.

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Omni-Experience

Yes, this single-faceted user interface also looks and feels great in mobile applications. Providing customers a consistent user experience via any channel (ATM machine, mobile application, website, etc) is great customer service. This design is friendly enough to be on any screen.


Vending Machines
Model 1

Please Insert your Card


( Tap to cancel )

UMmm..!


Please Select a
Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

Oh Oh..!


Please Select an
Item / Service


( Tap to Close )

OH Noooooooo..!


Please select an
Item/Service and Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

THANK YOU

Please Make Your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

THANK YOU

Please Insert your Card and Make your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

Info about this Item

If you need to use NYC public transportation this item is for you.

Maximum number of single rides is limited to 20 per Card.

This item is an icon symbol of NYC, tourist keep them as souvenirs.

These cards are gluten Free, PBA free, Soy free, Sugar free but they cost $1.00.

Unfortunately they are not Free anymore, unless you say please.

(Tap to Close)

I would like:

Pay:
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Linear Flow User Experience

This single-faceted user interface consist of Sections organized into Rows, the customer simply needs to select the desired option in each Row. A Linear flow user experience is the most intuitive and minimalist experience a machine can ever offer.

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Specify Desired Quantity

Numbers in this numeric keypad represent the desired quantity of the selected item/service. The customer selects the desired number. At vending Machines 95% of customers rarely buy more than 10 of the same item therefore this keypad meets everyone's needs. More numbers are hidden in the + button for those customers who do buy more than 10 of the same item.

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Drop-down Menus

In order to keep the visual aspect as minimalist as possible only the most popular items and languages are displayed to the user. Those items that are not as popular can be found hidden in a dropdown menu instead of at a separate interface.


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Submit your Order

At the last Row the customer submits his order by either selecting the "Buy New button" or the "Refill" button. There's no other better place to display the Due amount than at this very same Row so the customer don't have to look elsewhere to view it.

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Prompting Panels

Prompting panels are used to prompt the customer to execute and action, make a selection or input data. These panels may have a semi-transparent color that enables the customer to verify his selection, if he needs to, by looking through the panel.

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Omni-Experience

Yes, this single-faceted user interface also looks and feels great in mobile applications. Providing customers a consistent user experience via any channel (Vending machine, mobile application, website, etc) is great customer service. This design is friendly enough to be on any screen.


Vending Machines
Model 2

Please Insert Your Card


( Tap to cancel )

UMmm..!


Please Select a
Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

Oh Oh..!


Please Select an
Item / Service


( Tap to Close )

OH Noooooooo..!


Please select an
Item/Service and Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

THANK YOU

Please Make Your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

THANK YOU

Please Insert your Card and Make your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

Info about this Item

If you need to use NYC public transportation this item is for you.

Maximum number of single rides is limited to 20 per Card.

This item is an icon symbol of NYC, tourist keep them as souvenirs.

These cards are gluten Free, PBA free, Soy free, Sugar free but they cost $1.00.

Unfortunately they are not Free anymore, unless you say please.

(Tap to Close)

I would like:

Pay:
...

Linear Flow User Experience

This single-faceted user interface consist of Sections organized into Rows, the customer simply needs to select the desired option in each Row. A Linear flow user experience is the most intuitive and minimalist experience a machine can ever offer.

...

Specify Desired Quantity

After selecting the desired Item/Service the customer will specify his desired quantity with these Increment and Decrement buttons.

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Drop-down Menus

In order to keep the visual aspect as minimalist as possible only the most popular items and languages are displayed to the user. Those items that are not as popular can be found hidden at the dropdown menu labeled "Other" in the Row.

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Submit your Order

At the last Row the customer submits his order by either selecting the "Buy New button" or the "Refill" button. There's no other better place to display the Due amount than at this very same Row so the customer don't have to look elsewhere to view it.

...

Prompting Panels

Prompting panels are used to prompt the customer to execute and action, make a selection or input data. These panels may have a semi-transparent color that enables the customer to verify his selection, if he needs to, by looking through the panel.

...

Omni-Experience

Yes this single-faceted user interface also looks and feels great in mobile applications. Providing customers a consistent user experience via any channel (Vending machine, mobile application, website, etc) is great customer service. This design is friendly enough to be on any screen.


Vending Machines
Model 3

Please Insert Your Card


( Tap to cancel )

UMmm..!


Please Select a
Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

Oh Oh..!


Please Select an
Item / Service


( Tap to Close )

OH Noooooooo..!


Please select an
Item/Service and Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

THANK YOU

Please Make Your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

THANK YOU

Please Insert your Card and Make your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

Info about this Item

If you need to use NYC public transportation this item is for you.

Maximum number of single rides is limited to 20 per Card.

This item is an icon symbol of NYC, tourist keep them as souvenirs.

These cards are gluten Free, PBA free, Soy free, Sugar free but they cost $1.00.

Unfortunately they are not Free anymore, unless you say please.

(Tap to Close)

I would like:
Pay:
...

Linear Flow User Experience

This single-faceted user interface consist of Sections organized into Rows, the customer simply needs to select the desired option in each Row. A Linear flow user experience is the most intuitive and minimalist experience a machine can ever offer.

...

Specify Desired Quantity

After selecting the desired Item/Service the customer will specify his desired quantity with these Increment and Decrement buttons that will appear on the selected item/service. Some items/services may be limited to a maximum quantity of one and therefore don't require the customer to specify a desired quantity.




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Drop-down Menus

In order to keep the visual aspect as minimalist as possible only the most popular items and languages are displayed to the user. Those items that are not as popular can be found hidden at the dropdown menu labeled "Other" in the Row.


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Submit your Order

At the last Row the customer submits his order by either selecting the "Buy New button" or the "Refill" button. There's no other better place to display the Due amount than at this very same Row so the customer don't have to look else where to view it.

...

Prompting Panels

Prompting panels are used to prompt the customer to execute and action, make a selection or input data. These panels may have a semi-transparent color that enables the customer to verify his selection, if he needs to, by looking through the panel.

...

Omni-Experience

Yes this single-faceted user interface also looks and feels great in mobile applications. Providing customers a consistent user experience via any channel (Vending machine, mobile application, website, etc) is great customer service. This design is friendly enough to be on any screen.


Vending Machines
Model 4

Please Insert Your Card


( Tap to cancel )

UMmm..!


Please Select a
Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

Oh Oh..!


Please Select an
Item / Service


( Tap to Close )

OH Noooooooo..!


Please select an
Item/Service and Payment Method


( Tap to Close )

THANK YOU

Please Make Your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

THANK YOU

Please Insert your Card and Make your Payment


Need a Receipt?

Go Back

Info about this Item

If you need to use NYC public transportation this item is for you.

Maximum number of single rides is limited to 20 per Card.

This item is an icon symbol of NYC, tourist keep them as souvenirs.

These cards are gluten Free, PBA free, Soy free, Sugar free but they cost $1.00.

Unfortunately they are not Free anymore, unless you say please.

(Tap to Close)


Pay:
...

Linear Flow User Experience

This single-faceted user interface consist of Sections organized into Rows, the customer simply needs to select the desired option in each Row. A Linear flow user experience is the most intuitive and minimalist experience a machine can ever offer.

...

Select a Departing and Destination Zone

Model 4 for Vending Machines is meant to be employed by transportation authorities that base their fares on distance to be traveled by the customer. This model requires the customer to specify a departing zone, and a destination zone.




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Drop-down Menus

In order to keep the visual aspect as minimalist as possible items/services are hidden within dropdown menus. Those items that are not as popular can be found hidden at the dropdown menu labeled "Other" in the Row.




...

Submit your Order

At the last Row the customer submits his order by either selecting the "Buy New button" or the "Refill" button. There's no other better place to display the Due amount than at this very same Row so the customer don't have to look elsewhere to view it.

...

Prompting Panels

Prompting panels are used to prompt the customer to execute and action, make a selection or input data. These panels may have a semi-transparent color that enables the customer to verify his selection, if he needs to, by looking through the panel.

...

Omni-Experience

Yes this single-faceted user interface also looks and feels great in mobile applications. Providing customers a consistent user experience via any channel (Vending machine, mobile application, website, etc) is great customer service. This design is friendly enough to be on any screen.


Advantages

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Minimalist and Simple

Minimalist = Simple and Simple = Friendly. Only the necessary elements to meet customer's needs are included. Its is mininalist and also complete. This very simple appearance and experience is unlikely to ever go out of style. It's so intuitive there's NO need to guide the customer step-by-step.

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The Beginning of a New Era at the Machine

The User Interface in ATMs and Vending Machines is more than 90% responsible for the customer experience at the machine. Finally customers won't be required to progress through a series of interfaces to submit an order at ATMs and Vending Machines.

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Universally Intuitive and Friendly

This UI design is friendly and intuitive in any part of the world. In this day and age where millions of people travel between continents, a universally standardized user experience at ATMs and vending Machines will save locals and foreigners from having to learn how to use the machine in every bank, train-bus station, city, country, etc.

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Alleviates Wait Lines

This Concept for ATMs and Vending Machines is one of the best solutions that can be implemented to treat wait time at the machine during hours of high demand. A minimalist interface with a simplified transparent experience will help customers self-assist themselves faster.

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No more Back and Next

This is the beginning of a new Era at the machine where customers won't be required to progress through a series of interfaces to submit their orders. If a customer on a rush miss-selects the wrong option he wont need to navigate Back a to fix his selection, all he will need to do is select the desired option.

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To Favor the Majority

Making the native Language the default language of the machine will save 90% of the customers from having to select a language since most customers speak or understand the native language of the city/country. The minority who doesn't speaks or understands the native language will, however, need to select the desired language in the first Row.

Customers will enjoy a simplified more intuitive experience that will allow them to self-service themselves more seamlessly and faster.


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About


Ultimate Machine Ui is a single-faceted Minimalist user Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) concept for ATMs and Vending Machines screens.

In this concept Sections are organized into Rows, each featuring a number of options for the customer to select the desired one. The Option selected by the customer stays highlighted so the customer can, with a quick glance, verify the selected option in each Row before submitting his order.

This UI/UX concept is the beginning of a new simpler Era, at the machine, where customers won't need to progress through a series of interfaces to submit an order.

Its goal is to make the customer experience as simple and efficient as possible. The UI/UX design in ATMs and Vending Machines is more than 90% responsible for the customer experience at the machine.

The Goal of the Ultimate Machine UI is not just to simplify the customer experience at ATMs and vending Machines but also to make the user experience alike between them universally so that local and foreign customers don't have to learn how to use the machine at every bank or train-bus station around the world.

Ultimate Machine UI is a Minimalist, Complete visually and logically intuitive UI/UX design, it is so Intuitive it does not even needs to guide the customer through the process of submitting an order.

97% of ATM and Vending Machine's customers are NOT First-Time customers therefore there is no need to always guide them step by step unless the user experience is not very intuitive.

It's NOT a secret everyone dislikes having to progress through a series of interfaces to submit an order. The Industry is aware of it, this is why they've introduced features such as 'Fast Cash' and pre-configured withdraw values as attempt to simplify the user experience.


The Ultimate Machine UI is a patent pending minimalist UI/UX concept for self-service machines. It brings some serious enhancing to the customer experience at the machine to such a level that the Ultimate Machine UI also happens to be the greatest solution to long wait lines at self-service machines during high demand hours.

This is a very unique UI/UX design with very important exclusive novelties such as: Sections organized into Rows, Options that stay highlighted when the customer selects them and many others.

Created by:

Behind the Ultimate Machine Ui

Randol P.

Lead Designer

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