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I'm in charge of UX/UI of a range of applications for a big HR player and they like to market their applications as a set of modules in a SaaS platform model. I'm keeping UX consistent over all applications through the implementation of a design system but I'm thinking of giving each application its own logo, name and color (so they stand out and users know which application they're using as some of them seem similar). I'm not sure this is a good way to go though, especially the different color. There would be max 10 applications so I'd have enough colors to choose from. I can't find any real world examples where the same was done either. Do you have any opinion or do you know any examples? Thx

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  • You can't find any real world examples of applications system with different names, color, logos belonging to a main company????? : Microsoft, Adobe, Apple, Google...
    – Danielillo
    Dec 14, 2021 at 10:49
  • My bad, I just didn't frame the context right. All these applications have the same consistent content like buttons and background colors, they just differ in a different app icon color or minor changes in layout like a different header background color. What I'm aiming for is a set of applications where each application has different colored backgrounds and button colors. I haven't seen any of those yet.
    – continuous
    Dec 14, 2021 at 12:44
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    I see. If this is the case you have an example right in front of you: visit all the Stackexchange sites, they all have the same layout, buttons and actions, changing just the header, background and button colors.
    – Danielillo
    Dec 14, 2021 at 13:14
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    Sometimes you don't have to look that far! It doesn't completely match what I'm after but it's a very nice example indeed. Thx
    – continuous
    Dec 14, 2021 at 13:43
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    You will find plenty of examples when you search for white label SaaS products. Maybe this article is helpful.
    – jazZRo
    Dec 15, 2021 at 12:23

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