404 page design are not often seen and get underestimated. Some of 404 error pages design can be really creative and inspiring to look at when stumbled onto accidentally. In this post we’re rounded up 30 fresh and creative examples of 404 page design for inspiration. There are a lot more nice ones actually but we save it for the next round. Enjoy!
Many web designers take the time to build a custom 404 page design, that helps keep visitors on your website, perhaps suggesting alternative content or simply keeping them amused in the face of an error.
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What does 404 error page mean? It’s just a page that shows up when user tries to browse the page that doesn’t seems to exist anymore – link may be broken, moved, or even it has never existed and never will.