Wysebridge is a cloud-based / online / mobile app Patent Bar Review & Study platform. Everything an individual needs to study, practice and prepare to take and pass the USPTO patent bar exam.
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Wysebridge enables individuals to study, practice, and prepare to take the USPTO patent bar exam, either online at a computer or laptop as well as on the go via smartphone or tablet with our native mobile app. From in-course exams and question practice to content summaries, comparison charts of rule changes, you have an unparalleled access to your study materials anywhere you want and anyplace you are.
Wysebridge works for a wide range of individual studying types and preferences — all you need is a web browser or access online via app.
Wysebridge has partnerships with and supported some of the most respected corporations and institutions including Fordham University, HP, Baker Botts, University of Houston, UCF, Emerson, and others. Wyserbridge is also the only patent bar exam-specific platform to offer native mobile studying apps.
Launched in late 2012, Wysebridge has now been used by 2000+ individuals across all 50 states and we’ve even reached international shores, and is continuing to grow at a rapid pace.
Fordham University IPLJ
University of Houston
University of Southern California (USC)
Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property | School of Law
Spaced Repetition Systems (SRS)
Wysebridge revamps Patent Bar Materials to update for March 16th, 2016 Exam Changes.
Wysebridge appoints Art Dimitri as Chief Operations Officer.
Wysebridge appoints Kyle Robertson as Chief Intellectual Property Officer.
Wysebridge releases the first patent bar exam study mobile app (iOS/Android).
Wysebridge partners with Worldclass to develop an eLearning platform.
Wysebridge launches interactive forums for group studying.
Wysebridge partners with Notre Dame.
Wysebridge updates study materials to cover exam changes.
Wysebridge launches new website and study portal
Wysebridge adds question simulator to the platform
Wysebridge officially helps first individual pass the patent bar exam.
Wysebridge launches the first online platform to help individuals study for and pass the patent bar exam.
Chief Intellectual Property Officer
Kyle has been an executive and CIP for several companies including Narrative DX and iCare as well as an IP consultant for Amazon. Prior to that, he was a software developer for Digi International and C++ engineer for for LabVIEW at Texas Instruments.
Kyle is a licensed Attorney, and outside of work enjoys spending his time with Nova (his siberian husky), watching fotball, and being part of the Austin tech start-up scene.
Bryan is a research scientist & engineer with more than 8 years of experience. He’s been immersed in start-ups for the past 4 years. Bryan founded, developed, and then launched Wysebridge in late 2012.
His passion for making a difference combined with a love or tech and data began as a mission to figure out how to help himself and others pass the patent bar exam without paying for costly programs and prove that an online platform could be successful, flexible, and affordable and still meet the demands of individuals seeking out study programs.
“I and many others were fed up and frustrated with the lack of information about the exam, and that the cost of the programs can be astronomical, hundreds if not thousands of dollars and weeks of studying before actually taking the exam. With Wysebridge, individuals can be receive the attention and feedback they deserve as well superior studying resources and material, all for a low monthly or annual fee. Plus, it’s a platform and study system they actually enjoy using,” says Bryan.
Chief Operations Officer
Art has been an executive for some of the world’s largest software companies including CA technologies and Platinum Technologies. He is also a board member of the American Society of Inventors, the longest running non-profit society supporting inventors and their inventions.