WWF Why Go Wild

Website developed for the WWF's Why Go Wild project as Lead Front-End Developer at Perverte.

Technical Sheet

In this project I acted as part of a small group of misfits hell-bent on making cool stuff.

At the time I was still using BackboneJS for the client side routing, although the views were renderd directly in the Microsoft C# MVC's back-end. The client side javascript was entirely modularized with RequireJS, which is awesome for code maintainance and scalability. That was probably the biggest challange of the project as it has a huge number of different templates, to make everything run smoothly and cohesively was a huge win.


Code technologies and skills I got involved while working on this project

  • Front-End
  • Javascript
  • HTML5 – semantic, audio, video, canvas
  • CSS3 preprocessed with SASS + COMPASS
  • Snap.svg
  • Require.js
  • Backbone.js
  • TweenMax.js
  • UI/UX animations


  • CSS Design Awards WOTD — 08.04.2014
  • FWA Site Of The Day — 23.05.2014
  • Communication Arts Webpick of the Week — 06.06.2014
  • 9th Annual Pixel Awards — Green Category


Let's talk

Wanna get in touch or talk about a project?
Feel free to contact me via email at rafael@caferati.me
or drop a line in the form at the contact page