This new electronic voting machine is designed to streamline the political duty, whilst making it more secure for one to cast a vote. The device is developed through a collaboration between Tucker Viemeister — an American industrial designer, and software giant Microsoft.
Dubbed 'ElectionGuard,' the offering consists of a "tilt-able touch screen," as well as "a base shaped like a 'pizza box' and a printer." The collaborators ensure that great emphasis is put on user experience design, in order for individuals to have a seamless experience and to not be perplexed by usability woes. The electronic voting machine operates on a piece of software designed by Microsoft to "make elections more verifiable, efficient and easy to complete." Individuals also receive a code that allows them to verify if their preference has been counted correctly.