Bryce Glass

Bryce Glass

Product Manager & Designer

Columbus, Ohio

Areas of Expertise:

  • product management
  • ixd
  • ux
  • reputation
  • reputation systems
  • community
  • design
  • consulting
  • speaking

Bryce Glass has worked on social and community products for some of the web's best-known brands (Netscape, America Online and Yahoo!).

Bryce was the User Experience lead for Yahoo's Reputation Platform and consulted with designers and product managers on a number of properties (Yahoo! Buzz, Yahoo! Answers and Message Boards, amongst others) that employed it. Bryce distilled the research and best practices from those engagements into a series of User Experience Patterns for Reputation.

Bryce is also recognized for his work on visualizing complex ideas in a straight-forward and approachable fashion. His diagram, Flickr User Model, has been featured in numerous publications.

Bryce is a husband and a father to two wonderful sons and one grouchy terrier. He and his family live in beautiful German Village in Columbus, OH.

Building Web Reputation Systems Building Web Reputation Systems
by F Randall Farmer, Bryce Glass
March 2010
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $31.99

Bryce blogs at:

Ask the Readers: What expense do you most want to dump?

May 29 2015

This article is by editor Linda Vergon. Is there a bill you pay that you absolutely detest? Occasionally, I’ll get an attitude about paying one bill or another. (Ha! Paying taxes on April 15 is one bill that comes to mind immediately, for example.) I recognize that there is a… read more

9.3 trillion reasons fintech could change the developing world

May 29 2015

Request an invitation to Next:Money, O’Reilly’s conference focused on the fundamental transformation taking place in the finance industry. A relatively commonplace occurrence — credit card fraud — made me reconsider the long-term impact of financial technology outside the Western world. … read more

9.3 trillion reasons fintech could change the developing world

May 29 2015

Request an invitation to Next:Money, O’Reilly’s conference focused on the fundamental transformation taking place in the finance industry. A relatively commonplace occurrence — credit card fraud — made me reconsider the long-term impact of financial technology outside the Western world. … read more

Four short links: 29 May 2015

May 29 2015

Using Logs to Build Solid Data Infrastructure — (Martin Kleppmann) — For lack of a better term I’m going to call this the problem of “data integration”. With that I really just mean “making sure that the data ends up … read more

Four short links: 29 May 2015

May 29 2015

Using Logs to Build Solid Data Infrastructure — (Martin Kleppmann) — For lack of a better term I’m going to call this the problem of “data integration”. With that I really just mean “making sure that the data ends up … read more

Applied DevOps and the potential of Docker

May 28 2015

Editor’s note: this post is from Karl Matthias and Sean P. Kane, authors of “Docker Up & Running,” a guide to quickly learn how to use Docker to create packaged images for easy management, testing, and deployment of software. At … read more

Applied DevOps and the potential of Docker

May 28 2015

Editor’s note: this post is from Karl Matthias and Sean P. Kane, authors of “Docker Up & Running,” a guide to quickly learn how to use Docker to create packaged images for easy management, testing, and deployment of software. At … read more

Software Trends

December 03 2014

Offered without much analysis, I just think these comparisons are interesting. These graphs show New Business formations in various facets of the computer software industry over the past 29 weeks (since ~January 22nd of this year.) Service Bureaus Computer Programming... read more

"...a well-done introduction to this important subject."
--Brad Reid, Computing Reviews

"If you are building a fairly simple opinion aggregation system, this work can supply some helpful pointers."
--Robert M. Slade, Internet Review Project

"If you're a rhetorician who is trying to understand claims and ethos in digital literacy, this book is a must. If you're a rhetorician of any stripe, you still might want to pick it up. Highly recommended."
--Clay Spinuzzi, Spinuzzi