Some recent work of mine. Can I add your project to the list?


Serda’s Coffee is a mainstay here in Mobile, AL. You can’t introduce someone to downtown Mobile, without recommending they visit Serda’s. Serda’s was in need of a website that was easy to update, looked current and most importantly accessible to customers on any device. Using a WordPress platform with a WooCommerce plugin for their shopping cart, I was happy to offer an all-in one solution to their problem.


Lagniappe is a grass roots newspaper production company with both newspaper and online editorials. The company started heavy on print production, but now has slide more towards the digital side of the spectrum. Their main concerns for their new website were easy to read, easy to access and appealing enough to their readers to continuing coming back. I was happy to set up a WordPress platform so they could update the site contents themselves easily, without knowledge of coding. I also installed an optional membership platform for Lagniappe.


Nicole Quinn is a Mobile born editorial photographer transplanted to Tacoma, WA. She was in need of a refresh for her portfolio website. Large, bold images and ease of use were here main wants. I was happy to deliver and then some. I also installed a blog so the Southern expat could discuss her favorite topic, food.


Creative Catering by Sean is the premiere catering company for the Gulf Coast. Sean has been catering the Gulf Coast for over 15 years. Sean is an accomplished chef that needed an accessible website on all devices. He also needed to host his comprehensive menu that he could update by himself, as well. His customers have given him rave reviews on the website and we’re looking at creating an app for him next.


Mobile Cryotherapy stands alone as the debut cryotherapy service for the Gulf Coast. MC was in need of a professional, chic website. They also needed a logo, but only had a few ideas in mind. We worked together and refined what they had and came up with the snowflake logo. The logo had to translate well to small and extra large applications (i.e. signage, billboards, etc…). Also, a semi-one page website makes it easy to use and accessible on all devices. We’ll be installing an appointment calendar for clients to use on the site, very soon.


Bontreat is a personal project of mine. It’s a food blog that has walk through recipes, highlights of eateries along the Gulf Coast and food related news around the internet. I’ve always been a huge fan of cooking, but recently have buckled down on exploring the craft. This site documents that journey. It’s nice to come home from my day job and just work with my hands, while feeding my family and friends. It’s an absolute joy for me and encourage you to check it out.

I’m Brett Thurston. Digital debonair,
proud father & loving husband.


I’ve been called many things; complacent isn’t one of them.

I’ve been navigating the growing digital landscape for the past 13+ years. Self-taught, I was determined to find a career in digital design and advertising at a young age. Throughout the years, I’ve been tasked with many different kinds of design jobs. My passion for learning has kept me afloat in an ever-changing sea of marketing.

Whether it’s exposing your brand on social media, updating an old website or solving your brand’s identity crisis, I’m a panacea of digital design you’ve been looking for.

I promise, no snake oil is sold here.

Contact me and let me know what kind of project I could help you with.