Design a 404 page. Does it suit the brand’s style? Is it user-friendly? It might sound mundane, but not evertyhing can be flash or glamorous. Every day millions of people will be landing on 404 pages. You have an opportunity to help them in a way that’s useful and asthetically pleasing.

My role

UI/UX Designer

Accessibility considerations

Touch target, contrast, Jakob’s Law. Also, I made sure that the emphasis is not on the 404 number, but on the information the page should have. To make it more accessibble and user friendly I added a search field to make the user’s journey even easier.

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