#Usability #Fail: How NOT to do an error 404

 

Encounting an error is not a pleasant experience, but to be confronted with a blank page as a result is worse.

Or, in tech terms: A usability fail.

 

This site offers no help to get out of this error situation.

It completely interrupts the user flow.

Coming to this page is a dead end, with no links to click and no text to comfort

 

Good Practice Tip: Even a 404 error can be fun.

 

There are great examples how to turn a painful 404 error into a fun experience.

Don’t waste a perfectly good opportunity to connect with your customer.

 

#Good #Practice #Tip by #YoursTrulyJuly 

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