The Fell’s Point Fun Festival began as a small neighborhood festival in 1956 as a way to raise money to fight against a project that would have linked I-83 and I-95 by building an elevated highway along the north shore of the Baltimore Harbor. This project would have entailed extensive demolition within Fell’s Point, and the highway would have cut off the remainder of the neighborhood from the waterfront. Over the years, The Preservation Society has worked to maintain the 18th and 19th century character of the historic structures within Fell’s Point.

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What was done

This festival needed a facelift for their online presence so I created a design that captured the character of Fell’s Point in Baltimore, MD. The client requested access to make simple text and image edits, so I chose to use WordPress as the content management system because of it’s user-friendly back-end interface.

Under The Hood

  • WordPress CMS
  • HTML5 & CSS3
  • Google Analytics Integration
  • Responsive Design across all Devices
  • Cross-Browser Compatibility

He is imaginative and innovative with strong organizational skills and a high degree of attention to detail.

Jeff Dewberry, Fells Point Main Street