Matt Seymour

As a backend developer I generally work with python, (some PHP) and C#. The front-end web development tools whilst alien to me are not something I get to spend a lot of time working on. So I thought I would try out writing my own grid system for CSS.

I introduce Griddy a(nother) micro CSS framework.

The idea behind Griddy was partly to be a learning exercise into CSS and responsive development but also to be something which I can use in various projects moving me away from Bootstrap. Whilst bootstrap has served me well and I make good use of it I find it is bloated for the functionality I require.

Current features of Griddy:

  • Mobile first
  • Responsive
  • Simple
  • Media breakpoints : 768px, 950px, 1200px

The source for Griddy can be found at