Every great website features a number of common pages with similar usability techniques. One of the most common yet unrecognized pages that every site should have is the 404 error page. This guides visitors away from missing pages or broken links so they can continue browsing the site.
It doesn’t take much effort to craft a 404 error page. But it does take considerable effort to craft one that works and feels natural to the design.
In this post I’ll share helpful usability tips that you can apply to 404 error page design. Similarly I’ve collected a handful of examples to showcase great 404 page design found on live websites…
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