5 mistakes to avoid when deploying an enterprise app store

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5. Not Enforcing User Interface and Visual Design Best Practices

All enterprise app stores should live up to the organization's published guidelines regarding user experience (UX), visual designs, color and navigation schemes and other UI (user interface) and UX guidelines.

For instance, if an app has a different color scheme or variation in logo or font from the published guidelines, then the administrative and review board should reject it with feedback on why it was rejected and what should be done to bring it in compliance with the enterprise app store publishing guidelines.

Yes, consistency counts, right down to the color of your enterprise apps.

Shane O'Neill covers Microsoft, Windows, Operating Systems, Productivity Apps and Online Services for CIO.com. Follow Shane on Twitter @smoneill. Follow everything from CIO.com on Twitter @CIOonline and on Facebook. Email Shane at soneill@cio.com


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