Whenever a user is trying to reach a website’s page that is non-existent or missing, they are usually directed to a page where they’re informed that that specific page cannot be recalled by the HTTP server; this is what is called a 404 error page.
As designers, when we create a web site, normally we’d also include a 404 page.
Depending on the site design, overall focus, and demographics, you’ll want to create a suitable page that will cut straight to the chase and also convey a bit of creativity at the same time.
In this post you will find a showcase containing 50 of the most creative 404 pages that we found on the net.
Which ones are your favorites? Feel free to share other great examples of 404 pages in the comments’ area below…