Citibank is equipping automated-teller machines in its 575 branches nationwide with high-resolution graphics and easy-to-read symbols for people with disabilities, thus conforming to the Americans with Disabilities Act. To enter the amount of the transaction, users tap the screen. Video-game-style bleeps signal completion of each step. The design also allows for easier wheelchair access.
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