When it comes to pandemic pastimes, there is nothing quite like the humble puzzle. Although I did a lot of puzzles as a kid, as did my daughters, I was never a rabid fan. To start off, putting the puzzle together seemed like a lot of work for something that was later torn apart and put back in the box. That is, if you ever get this far: if I left puzzles unfinished on a table, the pieces inevitably fell on the floor and disappear under the carpet or even in the vacuum cleaner. Puzzle boxes aren’t exactly sturdy either, and some of our family’s puzzles ended up in the trash when a moldy box gave way and the contents leaked out and mixed with other puzzles.
Not much had changed in puzzles since my daughters were young, so they did not offer much temptation during the pandemic. Until I discovered JiggyPuzzles that solved pretty much all of my problems. Jiggy replaced the cardboard puzzle container with a durable jar, which makes it easy to store the pieces during the assembly process. Jiggy puzzles come with glue that is included. Once the puzzle is complete, the pieces can be put together forever.
But Jiggy doesn’t just make puzzles easier to use by solving past annoyances. Jiggy also makes puzzles more attractive by creating a new delivery mechanism for the work of artists. Jiggy works with artists to create puzzles that not only ensure beautiful designs, but also make shoppers feel good about helping artists with their purchases.
Did I pay more for my jiggy puzzle than something I bought in a box? Sure. But did I care? Not a little.
By the time you’ve gone through this post completely, you’ve probably put the lesson together: There are certainly simple hacks to reinvent old, boring legal services into something that, if not entirely irresistible, can make us feel good about the experience . Can we make documents more engaging and user-friendly? Are you creating a short cover worth framing on the wall? Develop a twofer model like the one that Tom’s long adopted and that I wrote almost nine years ago. The question of how we can reinvent and refresh standard legal services is a mystery – and I will envision it as a project for 2021. How about you
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