Design Portfolio

Below is a small selection of the website design and development work we are proud of. If you are looking for anything specific for your project, or have any questions, we would love to hear from you.

School Aid Redesign

A redesign of the School Aid charity website, built in Drupal 8 and fully mobile compatible using the Bootstrap 3 framework.

Research Ability

Research Ability is a qualitative research company based in London and were just starting out. We consulted with the client on brand, and referred them to the terrific designer Paul Warrington from The Cutting Room. We then took the graphics and built the site, working closely with the client to keep brand synergy.

The website consists of a responsive, mobile-friendly design using the Bootstrap framework and is integrated into our Tech-Tonic CMS so the client can easily edit content themselves.


Parrilla is a high-end Spanish property website. We worked with the client on branding, photo editing and website design. It incorporates a mobile friendly layout using the Bootstrap framework.


Vallecoppa wanted an online presence to market and sell their organic olive oil to UK customers.

Tech-Tonic developed a secure e-commerce site, built and sent email newsletters, and a 'find your nearest stockist' tool.

When the business expanded to include property rentals, Tech-Tonic integrated an online availability checker, secure booking request and payment pages.

School Aid

In their 10th anniversary year, the charity School Aid wanted to rebrand and rebuild their website, to make updates in house, and to communicate more effectively with stakeholders.

We worked with a graphic designer to build a CMS-based, media rich website containing embedded YouTube videos, Flickr feeds, and Google map mash-ups. In addition we advised and initiated various social media channels. We also made sure the migration from the old website to the new one was executed in a seamless, search engine-friendly way.

Brewtown Folk Club

Brewtown Folk Club are one of the oldest folk clubs in the country. They wanted to rebrand, modernise and manage their own content easily without the need for outside help.

Their site was both designed and built in-house. It consisted of a custom Drupal installation plus development of a bespoke Google map directions finder tool. (no longer trading)

Kolvin Psych

This project was a website build for London marketing agency Shenobe.

We worked closely with graphic designer James Sonnenberg and Debs Daley at Shenobe to build this website that is a collection of all the articles written by a leading author in studies of child psychology.

The website displays over 275 supplied PDF files, grouped by article, chapter and book. They are searchable, viewable on page and downloadable.

The site is powered by the Drupal content management system.

Hello Sweetie

Hello Sweetie, a busy e-commerce confectionary supplier, had a visually attractive, interactive flash-based shop, and came to Tech-Tonic to help increase sales.

We installed an html-based shopping cart and migrated their shop to the new system. (no longer trading)

Learn to Juggle

The client wanted to promote and sell his 'learn to juggle' videos online.

Tech-Tonic worked with the designer to build a highly visual showcase website, with streaming video samples, PayPal integration and secure video product delivery.

Due to the high number of on-page graphics and worldwide target audience, we used sprites to make the pages load as fast as possible. (no longer trading)

Linda Duffy

A new independent Energy Performance Assessor wanted to establish an online presence.

We were supplied with the logo, and from that we designed and built the website. We integrated it with a payment provider so jobs can be paid for prior to starting. An area search tool on the home page was developed so potential clients can quickly see if the business covers their area. (no longer trading)