Jigoshop Showcase #7 TheTeeStandard, Clear Creations and Fox Box

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We love to see the great online shops which are being created using Jigoshop, and this is a series highlighting the amazing stores that have come to our attention. If you’ve gone live with an implementation of Jigoshop, and would like to be featured and promoted, email [email protected]

And due to the overwhelming number of great shops being built every day with Jigoshop (we’ve already sailed over the 25,000 download total), this week we’re doing a special showcase of three new sites to keep up with the awesome designers, developers and business owners sharing their creations.

TheTeeStandard –

Based on the Yale University Campus in America, TheTeeStandard produces custom t-shirt designs for events and organisations, including the Yale/Harvard American Football game. And with their aim of quality products and design, Seth Thompson found Jigoshop perfect for producing a stylish website:


Clear Creations –

Clear Creations produces ‘lovingly designed and handmade greetings cards’, and went with UK-based Point and Stare for their new site. And with such artistic products, Lee Rickler at Point and Stare has done a good job of producing a site with a design which compliments but doesn’t overshadow what the company is selling.


Fox Box –

And finally for this round-up we come to Fox Box, which stands out as possibly the most unusual eCommerce business we’ve seen using Jigoshop so far. In case you’re not familiar with tabletop roleplaying games, Fox Box provide model parts for the likes of Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer, specialising in Orcs and Goblins.

At this point, we should probably confess that at least one of us has dabbled in the dark art of Warhammer 40,000 and spent hours gluing and painting figurines. So the prospect of browsing a selection of Goblin heads isn’t quite as odd as it might seem, and given the huge success of Nottingham-based Games Workshop, it could be a really cool business, especially considering the founder, Ben Fox, combines gaming with a business degree, and the site itself is tempting at least one of us to find his 100-sided die and old paintbrushes.


That’s the lot for this week, but if you’re working with Jigoshop and have a shop you’d like highlighted in our showcase, email [email protected] and we’ll take a look, assuming we haven’t been tempted into building a Jigoshop Orc army. After all, green-skinned Orcs naturally match our logo!