The Roadblock is a page type used to inform a user that they have met a dead end and cannot continue with their original journey.
The Roadblock page type is there to present key information to a user when they reach an unexpected end to the task they were trying to complete. This can be related to a problem with a service that their task requires - these are 400 client side errors or 500 internal server error pages.
The page should describe to the user what has happened and tell them how to fix it if possible.
<ns-landmark type="lakeside"><h1 slot="heading"><span class="h1">We're sad to see you go</span></h1><p slot="paragraph">Thanks for being with us <b>we hope you'll join us</b> again. We are working on making Rewards even better.</p><p slot="paragraph">If you'd like to join us again, click on Rewards in your Account Overview.</p><a slot="cta" href="#!"><ns-cta type="direct">Your account</ns-cta></a></ns-landmark>
lakeside variant to display clear messaging.
The copy must be in plain English, and if possible help the user out of the situation by providing an actionable option.
You should not use:
Technical jargon like ‘form post error’, ‘unspecified error’ and ‘error 0x0000000643’
Humourous, informal language like ‘oops’
If supporting information is needed, consider using
ns-editorial. This should not detract from the original purpose of the page.
Communicate the message in a clear and concise way as possible
Use the subheading
Suggest a next step the customer could take e.g. direct them to webchat or a phone number
Use as errors that are specific to ui elements (such as form fields) or parts of a page (See
Use for global messaging (See
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