Hi, I'm Matthew Ross

I Write Occasionally... about whatever I'm currently developing.

Maybe there's something you'll find interesting or useful. Check out the three most recent posts:

I Make Things ... which I'm told are useful.

I really enjoy software development and spend a lot of my 'free' time working on various projects to constantly keep learning.

Lately, I've spent a lot of time learning about web-based technologies like Angular, TypeScript, Sass (SCSS style), Gulp, and even Phaser (for writing games).

I prefer Bourbon & Neat for mixins and a grid. And I use scss-base as my base styles.

Here are a few of the things I've made:


A Kanban-inspired app for keeping track of things that need to get done.

Website GitHub

License: MIT


A simple base project for Angular 2 apps, using Gulp to automate tasks and SystemJS to bundle the app.


License: MIT


A selection of styles that provide a clean default look for SCSS projects.

Website GitHub npm

License: MIT


An Angular 2 Single Page Application (SPA) for tracking your recipes.


License: MIT


An experiment in photography, to capture one photo each day for a year.

Demo GitHub

License: MIT