We first heard about KidsFest San Diego through our friend, the one-and-only Fairytale Fashionista. I attended the family-friendly festival this year to check out the Fashionista's dress-up tent, and ended up having a great time (despite the fact I have no kiddies yet). Truth be told, I'm a little nervous for when I DO have kids and I take them to places like this. Not because they won't have a good time, but because they'll probably have to wait for me to finish craft projects designed for them. :)
Anyway, I loved everything about the KidsFest scene: the food trucks, the creative, outdoor activities, and the generally chill, clean environment. (I used to LOVE the fair in middle and high school, but it's not a place where you can just plop down on the grass with a snack. This place IS.) Before heading to the event, I checked the website to confirm the location. I got the info I needed, but one of my first thoughts was, "This would be such a fun site to build. I wonder if they're ready for a re-design..." After seeing all of the wonderfully-painted signage at the event, I knew the people behind it were going to be awesome. I contacted Robin, the supermom behind KidsFest, and the rest is history!
The KidsFest crew was a delight to work with, not to mention extremely organized! They provided a vector logo, color palette, font suggestions, professional photos, and dozens of icon illustrations, so they really made our job easy. We simply took their request for a "clean, kid-friendly website with big photos and a lot of white space" and made it a reality. The best part is, it's a WordPress site, so they can easily update it on their own. We love the simple, bright layout, and hope your families do, too.
For more info about KidsFest, head over to their new site! www.kidsfestsandiego.com