Here at iE, we're always trying to come up with interesting ways to make the websites we design stand out from the rest. One of the ways we do this is by using 404 Error pages as a platform to showcase the unexpected side of the clients we work with. We hope their users never end up there. But if they do (and some of them will), at least it's a fun experience.
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I love the Beehive 404 page. Ever try using the url as a query to draw in related pages or a “maybe you mean” link? Sometimes the user knows the page is there, but didn’t remember the exact wording of the url.
For example: “/about-us” vs. “/about” —or— “/store” vs/ “/shop”
Of course all of this depends on the use of “pretty” urls. But something to think about. :)
Yeah, that’s a great idea, time and budget permitting. Thanks for the comment and the tip!
The 404 page is probably the best place to see a designers illustration talent. These examples are top-notch. Great job Adam.