Tagged: Volkswagen

Cyd Harrell's "Remote Design Research" 1

Watch Cyd Harrell’s “Remote Design Research” talk at IxDA | Interaction ‘10 Conference

Want to do design research cheaply and efficiently with participants anywhere in the world? (Of course.) Want to observe real users in their native technology environments, from the comfort of your own desk? (Who doesn’t?) But what software and hardware do you need, and will it actually work?Bolt|Peters’ Cyd Harrell covers the most powerful tools for un-moderated conceptual research, remote screen observation, participant communication, observer involvement, session recording, time-aware tasks, and real-time recruiting. Get the lowdown on UserVue, Acrobat Connect, GoTo Meeting, Loop11, OpenHallway, UserZoom, Optimal Sort, Ethnio, and more […]

China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: Volkswagen sales in China rises 9% and breaks record in March/2009 1

China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: Volkswagen sales in China rises 9% and breaks record in March/2009

Europe’s largest auto maker Volkswagen AG said recently its sales in China rose 9 percent year on year to a record monthly high in March, buoyed by the country’s overall strong demand for cars. New vehicles sold in China totaled 112,466 units in March, the first month of this year that saw sales exceeding 100,000 units, said the Volkswagen Group China in a statement […]

China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: auto sales up 17% in first half of 2008 4

China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: auto sales up 17% in first half of 2008

China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said on recently that between January and June 2008, the country sold 3.61 million passenger motor vehicles, a growth of 17.07 percent over the same period a year previous. The growth rate, however, was 5.19 percentage points lower than the 22.26 percent level recorded in the same period last year […]

China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: Passenger-car Sales in the Rise 0

China, Socialism & Consumer Behavior: Passenger-car Sales in the Rise

China’s passenger-car sales rose 20.41 percent for the first quarter from a year earlier, led by two ventures of Volkswagen AG, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said recently. Domestic car makers sold a combined 1.85 million passenger cars, including sedans, multi-purpose vehicles, sport utility vehicles and crossovers during January to March, compared with 1.53 million units for the same period of last year, the official auto association said…