I "designed" a simple buck converter, which is basically a clone of the 5V reference design in the TPS6293x datasheet. The converter is outputting the correct voltage on average, but has quite a lot of ripple. The ripple frequency and voltage depends on the input voltage to the buck converter, but seems to vary between 30-120Hz and 100-300mV. This is with the buck converter unloaded. If I add a load, the ripple voltage stays about the same, but the frequency shoots up into the dozens of kHz. There is no detectable ripple at the input to the buck converter.
Below is the schematic, board layout, and o-scope readings at various input voltages. Note that the board has a bodge due to the schematic initially being wrong.