Our work

Curated portfolio

Since 2008, Blustery Day Design has helped hundreds of people communicate in beautiful, authentic, and powerful ways. Explore our case studies to see how our website projects and graphic design work have empowered our clients to reach more people and grow their success.

Case Studies

laptop showing the colorful Haiti page on FSNA's site

Felician Sisters of North America

For this congregation of women religious active in the U.S., Canada and Haiti, we built a full-featured, vibrant, & welcoming online home.
Streetlights and buildings on a Chicago street, seen from high up

Susan Snodgrass

This Chicago-based art critic and editor needed a central, professional online home to share her writing, promote her books, and offer a comprehensive catalog of work.
Tracy with her guitar in a cornfield at golden hour.

Tracy Richardson

This award-winning singer-songwriter needed top-notch professional album art for her latest release. We paired photos with thoughtful typography for a perfect presentation.
Laptop with the SJEM website home page visible.

St. Joseph Educational Ministries

This organization is the first of its kind. We strategized & designed a welcoming, beautiful, informational site that provides clarity of mission.
The sun peeking out from behind the chapel at Assisi.

Franciscan Federation

This member organization needed a sturdy, beautiful online tool to share information and encourage community resources & networking.
A teenager on a bike racing through a crowd during a mountain bike event

NKY Roots

We built a bright & welcoming website for this mountain bike team to promote themselves in their community and invite kids to join.
A hand holding a phone with the Asbury Towers website visible on screen

Asbury Towers

For this non-profit continuing care retirement community, we built a friendly & informative site for current and potential residents.
Tablet with colorful CSJCarondelet.org website displayed

CSJ Carondelet

For this organization in transition, we built a website with clarity and engaging visuals. It beautifully uplifts the congregation and its vibrant facets.
A green Terre Fleur Bakery sticker on a fresh baked sourdough bread package.

Terre Fleur

This flower farmer/florist, fiber artist and baker needed an approachable visual identity & packaging labels that present her wares as vibrant, nourishing, and beautiful.
Color swatches and typography sample lying on a table.

Adorers of the Blood of Christ

As part of our comprehensive website project with this community of Sisters, we expanded their brand with fresh, usable colors & typefaces.
Man at a microphone playing an electric guitar.

Jimmy Rinehart

Vintage guitars and classic vinyl records inspired this identity & website for a hard-working musician to keep fans and venues informed and happy.
Colorful stripes behind Loretto's green patch logo

Loretto Community

This religious community had a dated, inconsistent look. We made them a whole new identity that's organic, inviting, colorful, and super usable.

Since 2008, we've worked with hundreds of great folks, including:

NKY Roots
Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
Loretto Community
Heather Hollick
Gray Bird
Franciscan Federation
Jimmy Rinehart
CANDLES Holocaust Museum & Education Center
St. Joseph Educational Ministries
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet
Asbury Towers
Felician Sisters of North America
Ravel Studio Pilates
Terre Foods Cooperative Market
Orinda Vista Press
WordCamp US Nashville 2018
Terre Fleur
th' poetry asylum
Soup Bowl Benefit
Sister Wimsy Glass Designs
Anthony Joseph Lanman
Wabash Valley Art Spaces
The City of Silver Grove Kentucky

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