Neuro-Designs New Website

After long hours of tests and codings in multiple devices, we’re finally releasing our latest redesign to our own website. Considering that the last time we did this was back in 2008, so yes, it’s been a while.

So what are the new features about this site? Well, there are a couple of huge things that we did. First of all, we are now basing the design on the 1280×1024 resolution, so that gives us a bit more room to showcase our work.

Neuro-Designs Responsive Website

Second, yes, it’s finally a responsive website! Go ahead, you can try resizing your browser window and see the website resize in real time, and you can open the website on most, if not all, modern mobile devices.

We know that as probably with all things digital, improvements are bound to happen. For example, probably not all of the graphics in our website are mobile-optimized, and they won’t be supporting the new iPad’s crisp Retina Display until we can get a hold of the device ourselves. Releasing out a new website doesn’t mean that we can push out new features without getting worried that bugs don’t exist.

So what’s next for us in terms of designing websites? Now we can use our website as a test bed for our clients should they decide to create responsive versions of their websites, and hopefully, we can phase out our aging mobile website. We won’t be needing it anymore with our main website now being responsive.

Use the Force, You Must

Star Wars has always been a childhood favorite (and even until now) to some of us here, and this time we’d like to present our second T-shirt this year, a T-shirt that constantly reminds you what Yoda would’ve said in times of distress, paired with the classic typography that is familiar with the fanboys. Take it as a geeky motivational poster, if you may.

Now, the question is, do you have what it takes to make the order in 12 Parsecs? May the force be with you.

Pre-orders have been closed. You can now purchase this T-shirt in our store.

Adventurer No More

We all love memes, and what could be more appropriate for that than taking arrows in our knees? Presenting our first T-shirt this year, the Adventurer No More, a T-shirt that you can use as an explanation to your adventurer friends who keep asking you to join them on a dragon hunt or any other insane adventures. Just don’t use this excuse against Chuck Norris. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

As usual, the details on how to order:

  • Send an email to with your name, address, phone, and size. You can also send a text message to our hotline number at +62 812 12 NEURO. We will log your order, and reconfirm it once we have the T-shirts ready.
  • The price of this T-shirt will be IDR 75,000, excluding shipping.
  • It will be produced using the 24S (or better) combed cotton fabric, to make sure that you don’t take arrows anywhere else.
  • The size chart is available on our online store. Please make sure that you order the correct one, as we cannot do refunds or exchanges.
  • We will be starting our production once it reaches 12 or more orders.

So there we have it, fire away!

Pre-orders have been closed. You can now purchase this T-shirt in our store.

The 4th quarter of every year has always been the busiest for us, and for years we have worked with various Wharton student clubs, it has always been a privilege that we can continuously experiment with better designs for their publication needs. Here are the five conferences we’ve worked with for the past few months:

Wharton Women in Business Conference 2011

Wharton Energy Conference 2011

Wharton Marketing Conference 2011

BizTech@Wharton Conference 2011

The 38th Annual Whitney M. Young, Jr. Memorial Conference

Solidia Technologies


Solidia Technologies Identity

Neuro-Designs was recently commissioned to work on a total rebranding of Solidia Technologies, previously named CCS Materials, a company focused on producing next generation building materials that significantly minimizing environmental impact.

Solidia Technologies Website

Solidia Technologies reached to us to produce not only a new logo, but an entire disposal of design materials, from as simple as everyday collateral designs to a more complex website design, and an array of professional-grade presentation templates, as well as QR-code-equipped business cards.