Design Gewinnt

Posted on Aug 12, 2006 in Media

The German computer magazine “PC Professionell” has published the article “Design Gewinnt”… feel free to download it, using the link below.

PC Professionell – Design Gewinnt

Ère Numérique

Posted on Jul 28, 2006 in Media

French magazine “Ère Numérique” published an interview with me: “Qu’en Pense… Markus Wierzoch”.

Ère Numérique – Qu’en Pense… Markus Wierzoch

Le Figaro

Posted on Apr 30, 2006 in Media

An interview with me has been published in “Le Figaro Magazine”… I discuss the design and market positioning of our latest laptops.

Le Figaro – Questions à Markus Wierzoch

Tour d’Europe, 2006 Edition

Posted on Feb 20, 2006 in Research, Speaking, Trade Shows

I have been on another press tour through Europe with our marketing team over the past week, introducing new products in a handful of different cities. Starting out with a visit to 3GSM in Barcelona, I traveled to Lisbon, Paris, London, and had one last event in Amsterdam before returning to Taipei.

This was quite the exciting trip, but considering an overall duration of just seven days, it is needless to say that I returned home, more worn out than after last year’s press tour.

Asus Press Events in Europe

Posted on Feb 25, 2005 in Media, Speaking

In a set of global marketing presentations to introduce the Asus W5 and V6 notebook series to the media, I am jetting through Europe to help hold Asus press events in Milano, München and Paris. Three countries in six days is a rather tough deal and there is hardly any minute left to enjoy my “Tour d’Europe” – I must admit that I still enjoy the “jet set” lifestyle, quite a bit…

JDLI Magazine

Posted on Oct 8, 2004 in Media

French JDLI Magazine’s article “Asus: Design Mode d’Emploi” gives the summary of an interview around Asus Design’s product development process.

JDLI – Asus: Design Mode d’Emploi

Carte Postale Du Futur

Posted on Jun 12, 2004 in Media

French magazine Stuff published my “postcard from the future”, in which I describe one of the products that my team and I envisioned in our “Asus Home” design study.

Stuff – Carte Postale Du Futur