Over the years, we have received more than one (…) request to make finding the different types of puzzles on Jigidi easier. To this end, we have been working on making the selection of jigsaw puzzle categories on Jigidi more granular. We launch the result in about a week and hope you will enjoy the easy access and inspiration this change offers ♥
You now have the option to pause manually in the new puzzle player. This blog post gives you the how-to. And also, we will share with you a few shortcuts we’ve implemented in the new puzzle player.
In this News section of Jigidi Post, we will draw the curtain on significant changes we make along the way. This blog post concerns a change we made regarding how one can follow puzzles on Jigidi and the change from manual to automatic pausing. (And, if you enjoy large puzzles, there’s a little treat awaiting you at the end of the blog post).
Right now, we watch our societies moving, standing up for equality and against racism. For new policies and raising awareness on systemic issues. No upheaval regarding rights stays only local in a globalized technologized world. This is one of the ways the internet help humanity taking leaps forward. Help us cooperate to find common ground.
You may notice that the different pages on Jigidi have slightly changed their appearance? This is because we have made the design mobile-friendly. We launched the new design today, along with the option to create puzzles from your phone or tablet. And we have so been looking forward to sharing this with you!
The health crisis we are all currently experiencing draws us closer to each other but also entails divisive features. The first because we are threatened by the same matter at the same time. The second because we get the infection from each other and need the same resources to get by (yes, that includes toilet paper).
In this blog post, we pay homage to the CEO we all hold within - he's our personal (overworked) hero through this. And also, we have something to ask of you.
We are designed to be curious, kind, and creative - to bond and build new tomorrows. A few weeks back, we embarked on a short series featuring 3 puzzle creators. We wanted to explore the creativity and generosity that flows on Jigidi as it comes to life in creators who share their photographs with us all. Today, we take the last dive (for now). Meet: Impie - and Goofie, the soulful stunner ♥.
Every day 40.000 people from all over the world come to Jigidi to both stretch and calm their minds. And many of them create their own puzzles and share them with the rest of us ♥ Grateful for their contributions (and awfully nosy) we asked 3 puzzle creators to select and answer 3-5 questions out of a whole bunch.
Jigidi is a global Petri dish for human creativity. In a series of 3 entries, we’re setting out to explore some of this creativity as it comes to life in photography.
“Please, hold still while I stereotype you.”
Oh, I’m very sorry! Please excuse my social radar system. It’s always eager to judge. And, by the way, so is yours.
27149 comments were shared this week on 7558 puzzles on Jigidi. Did any of them have you working overtime trying to figure out what on earth the meaning and the intent was with the message?
Chances are a good many of them did.
Don't worry. You can unblock Flash Player and continue to use it till December 2020, or you can switch to our new HTML5 version. In this blog post, we explain how and why.
Have you ever tried? You know - that game where you here happily tap along to a tune that plays in your head. And a friend gets the miserable task of trying to guess the song.
Oh, ye poor friend!
Tens of thousands of people come to Jigidi every day. They share their passions, experiences, and outlooks via puzzles and comments - and you thus refashion your own. This is human creativity at work.
Our minds are built in a manner that allows us to grow smarter throughout our lives – you can help this process along by fighting the urge to do too much business as usual.
No, sorry, scratch that.
Would you make my, yours and everyone else’s day by reaching out to one of your fellow puzzlers in the comment’s sections?
I promise, it feels good - and there’s a reason for that: We’re biologically wired to communicate with each other ♥