UX for enterprise applications has a bad reputation. But with these 4 best practices, you can kiss goodbye to unusable, ugly and counter intuitive user experiences
The words ‘enterprise’ and ‘software’ are innocuous when separated, yet when placed near one another the very idea is enough to send shivers down your spine. UX for enterprise applications has a bad rep and it isn’t entirely unjustified. In fact, some enterprise software has double the usability issues than consumer software.
If you think of enterprise software images of unresponsive, slow and clunky UX combined with ugly and dull user interfaces might appear in your mind. You’re not alone. We feel your pain and we hate it too.
But it doesn’t need to be this way. We want to live in a world where good UX is applied to all software, especially enterprise software. In our mission for better enterprise UX, Justinmind has rustled up 4 best practices to achieve great user experience in enterprise software.
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