I am doing design work for an app that serves two different purposes, one part is for permanent users and the other is for temporary users but the apps are under the same brand. The permanent users should not be using the app that temporary users have access to so I wanted to create separation aside from the text on the apps to "show" the difference between the two. Is using two separate color palettes wise in this case?
I understand that brand identity is important but color cues also play a factor in UX.
The purpose of the app is for entry into an office space. The permanent user app is for paying customers that can create invitations to send to their visitors/employees to enter an office after hours. The invitation is sent to the guest by the permanent user, the temporary user has like a one time use pass. I want to visually create a clear distinction between the two as to not possibly confuse the permanent user. The color palette that I'm using for the permanent user app is based off our main palette, the temp user one is not.