Below is a screenshot of UXHires.com 404 error page, they are looking to improve a potentially frustrating experience when a user tries to access an incorrect or broken link.
UXHires provides the following results from a survey asking 100 users:
"What is your main goal when you go to uxhires.com?"
- 44/100 say they want to loook at UX Job Listings
- 50/100 say they want to hire a UX Designer
- 6/100 say they are not sure and just checking out the site
Browsed the web for examples of 404 error pages for research and took some notes.
Sketches on how I was thinking.
- Logo icon goes back home.
- Background image
Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile.
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