Having a good 404 error page is something a lot of web design companies ignore or just simply forget about. Has your site got an error page?
Sometimes it may not be your fault visitors landed on error pages, but being able to communicate and direct them back to the home page is as good as a second chance to re-engage a visitor. Error 404 pages can help you do that.
So for a web designer or developer, though sometimes you cannot control the cause of error page, but you can minimize the damages by using a custom 404 page. The page can be used to educate, encourage visitors to re-search, display related information visitors may be interested in or even redirect them back to your homepage.
In this blog post I have showcased 15 cool and creative 404 pages from across the web. The first showcased 404 error page is for a website I work on at NeonLobster Design, The Bakers Federation.