Map out your money moves with our class diagram for ATM

Make heads or tails of the interactions between your bank, your customers, and your ATMs—or other integrated systems—with FigJam’s editable templates.

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Class diagram for ATM

Work hand-in-hand with software developers, engineers, managers, and other stakeholders in a customizable template.

Make your methods make sense

Explain complex concepts and work out the kinks and create a detailed design with a class diagram for ATM systems.

Lay the foundation: Create a solid base of knowledge from which to build out your interconnected systems.

Orient others: Provide a sense of orientation for all parties—even if they’re unfamiliar with the system.

Show off your structure: Give detailed insight into the attributes and operations of every class.

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Cash in on collaboration

Building a high-class class diagram example for ATM systems—and beyond—is easier when everyone’s involved. Developers can map system flows during the software development stage with ready-to-use shapes, connectors, and even live code blocking, while stakeholders can leave comments with cursor chats and sticky notes.


A class diagram gives you a bird’s eye view of a system by showing its classes, attributes, and methods as they relate to each other. Class diagrams typically use Universal Modeling Language (UML)—a standardized notation system for software engineering—to represent hard-to-visualize concepts.

Ultimately, the idea is to create a “code-less” process map ahead of the programming step. Because class diagrams use decipherable language, even non-technical stakeholders can peek at the process before the developers start coding.

A standard UML diagram has countless use cases. Anytime you have a system—software-based or otherwise—you can use a UML diagram to map out its design and the relationships between steps.

A class diagram is a type of UML diagram. And this class diagram for ATMs is a custom-made version of a UML diagram. It’s an interaction diagram designed for explaining the interactions between an automated teller machine, banking systems or other complex networks.

Like other graphic organizers, a class diagram for ATM in UML is a series of boxes and connectors. All you need to make your own class ATM diagram is a collection of shapes, some connecting links, and an idea of what your ATM system and financial transactions might look like.

With a shared whiteboard from FigJam, you can create, edit, and collaborate on a pre-made digital template. Drag in ready-made shapes, delegate tasks with stamps, move ideas around at a moment’s notice, and even start coding on the page. By the end of it, your system will be a work of art.

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