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Can the power of a 404 page be increased by the use of color (or lack of it)? That is what I have explored in our latest Dribbble post!
Here we have a 3D illustrators personal portfolio, where he has opted for a black and white style. When a user hits the 404 page, boom! A huge splash of color, signifying that something is not right.
What do you think? Can color make a 404 page more effective?
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