Since 2008, Blustery Day Design has helped clients communicate in beautiful, authentic, and powerful ways.
This member organization needed a sturdy, beautiful online tool to share information and encourage community resources & networking.
We built a bright & welcoming website for this mountain bike team to promote themselves in their community and invite kids to join.
For this organization in transition, we built a website with clarity and engaging visuals. It beautifully uplifts the congregation and its vibrant facets.
As part of our comprehensive website project with this community of Sisters, we expanded their brand with fresh, usable colors & typefaces.
Vintage guitars and classic vinyl records inspired this identity & website for a hard-working musician to keep fans and venues informed and happy.
This religious community had a dated, inconsistent look. We made them a whole new identity that’s organic, inviting, colorful, and super usable.
For a small, independent publishing imprint, we designed a modern, American Southwest-inspired look that references their goal of broadening perspectives.
We designed some cool merch for attendees of this national WordPress conference, bringing color, fun and music-themed design to the swag gifts.
We helped this congregation completely re-think and re-organize their sprawling website. Then, we built them a fresh, vibrant new look. The result is a welcoming, enjoyable, and inspiring online home.
For a business moving from a side-hustle to a full-time-gig, we designed a complete brand system and a modern, professional website that will enable Katherine to grow her Pilates business to new heights.
We consolidated written articles scattered over the web into a cohesive portfolio of work for a writer, critic and editor. The neutral design of the website allows the artwork it features to shine.
For this history book, we combined engaging images from the past with bold, fresh design elements to create something readers will want to pick up and buy.
For this large-scale, national conference, we extended our branding work into welcoming, helpful signage and beautiful personalized attendee badges.
Boots, banjos & bandanas for WordCamp US 2017 in Nashville! Classy line art brings the spirit of the location to this WordPress conference swag.
For this community-run tech conference, we provided a colorful, recognizable identity, and applied it to perfectly branded promo, swag, and event materials.
For a congregation of nuns who have lots of visitors to their campus, we drew these custom maps to be clear, welcoming and super-usable.
We designed an identity and promotional materials for this community group of men supporting their spouses or partners through any type of cancer.
For this non-profit organization supporting women with breast and reproductive cancers, we designed a thoughtful, inclusive, seasonal greeting card.
This yoga instructor needed to display her services and welcome clients. We created a clear, calm and bright website that establishes Meg as a qualified & trustworthy professional.
These shirts spread a message without feeling too branded. Multiple color and style options mean that everyone can get a shirt that they’ll love to wear.
We designed these vinyl stickers to be fun and friendly: great merch for a family band. And three photo options keep choosy fans happy.
We designed a versatile logo/business identity for this yoga instructor. Sweet and welcoming, it’s a great introduction to her small business’s services.
This brochure for a museum-sponsored trip abroad with a Holocaust survivor is clear, professional, and inspires trust in the organization.
Working musician Jimmy needed an online presence for his musical project. We created a sleek visual identity and website so he can get gigs and share music.
For this non-profit breast cancer community, we created a logo that could strengthen the group and unite its members across the web.
We provided author Joules with an energetic logo that will make her stand out and attract new readers. And a colorful website keeps everyone up to date.
We made a playful, zine-like logo set and flyer for this community organization of poets and writers. It’s edgy, eye-catching and super usable.
This ebook cover pays respect to both its subject and the iconic print version of decades past. The result is engaging and legible at small sizes for maximum impact on online retailers.
We were honored to design this exhibit of a Holocaust survivor’s story. With color, image, and type we created a professional, educational museum space.
When Paul needed a professional, usable print piece to promote his fly-tying business, we created him this sharp postcard to get new clients and fans.
This clean album cover for Yearbook Committee’s single “Drive Me Home” pulls imagery and text into a cohesive, striking image.
We made this eye-catching, colorful promo poster for a hard-working musician. It’s the perfect piece to send ahead to venues he’s scheduled to play.
We illustrated & designed this swirling technicolor album cover for a modern classical composer/musician. It’s sure to catch the discerning fan’s eye.
An arts nonprofit asked us to design this compilation album of local music. We paired evocative images with bold typography for a great final piece.
Folk band Yearbook Committee needed some merch to match their whimsical style. We delivered with this delightful lunchbox/thermos set.
This album art design for the Dave Frisse Band is fun, bold, and enticing for fans good music. Retro art and type adds to the rock & roll feel.
We made this open-sky album art for a storyteller/singer-songwriter. Perfect for a merch table and the catchy cover looks great on streaming platforms.
For this small business, we designed a structured, colorful identity set of business cards & letterhead that looks professional without feeling impersonal.
This website for a folk band allows for blog posts, events, and sharing music. It looks great on any device, so fans can check out the latest from anywhere.
When Yearbook Committee needed album art for their second album, we designed this atmospheric piece channeling the band’s identity and musical mood.
When Thom wanted cabin imagery and classic styling on his album art, we provided art direction and design that fit the mood of his music perfectly.
Don wanted an identity for his music production business that communicated his science-y background and provided validity to his place in the industry.
This indie folk band wanted a formal stationery piece for an intimate, invite-only musical performance. The final invite is engaging and classic.
For their debut album, we designed these musicians some folky illustrated album art with a retro vibe. It’s eclectic and colorful, just like the band.
Catholic Charities needed a nice logo for their annual fundraiser. We designed a logo mark that is witty, legible and appealing, no matter the medium.
This friendly blue-ribbon logo is perfect for a child care small business. Promo pieces like yard signs & magnets can be perfectly branded to bring a smile.
The local genealogy society needed a program for a fundraising event. We made an old-timey piece that could be printed inexpensively but still look great.
This DVD cover art utilizes screenshots from the film and solemn design to match the inspirational story. It looks professional and ready for distribution.
This sister-run small business needed a logo to convey their artisan work with glass. The final mark helps them look professional at art fairs and in shops.