With new technology platforms, the only guaranteed requirement is change

Re-platforming programmes might promise to be a fix-all for technology problems that organisations face, but the multi-million-pound and multi-year investments are often unsustainable. Instead, invest in the only certainty digital ventures will face: change.

How the Apple Watch raises the bar for first generation products

One week on from its arrival, using the Apple Watch has reminded Mark Wilson why Apple always get their first generation product launches right: it's all in the craft.

Why don’t services take proper care to protect our valuable details from hackers? Uber, we’re looking at you.

When your customers entrust you with valuable information – especially payment details – all responsible services should take care to properly protect those details from the very real danger of hackers, but many still don’t. I learned the hard way.

Stop trying to act like startups – the real role models for established businesses are ex-startups

If successful startups don’t maintain their own behaviour as they become established and successful, why is anyone trying to encourage established business to behave like them?

The truth about tablets: Our report into how consumers are really using their devices today

The discourse around tablets this year has been largely bad news – the iPad is done, tablet sales are falling – but still many of the people we speak to tell us how they love using their iPads. In the pursuit of answers to what's really happening in the world of tablets, we conducted research to find out how people are using their devices today and what businesses should be doing about it.

It’s never been more important to have a thriving independent digital design sector

There has been nothing but talk of doom in the independent digital agency sector recently after some big names sold out to move in-house. But does this spell the end for the independent?

The value of the human layer

Experience design feels like the tip of an iceberg to business leaders and the whole of the iceberg to customers. How do we get these perspectives to align?

Six takeaways from our digital and sport event

Last week we hosted a great evening discussion of how digital is impacting the way we enjoy sport. We touched on everything from cardboard cutout league tables to UGC projected in sports stadiums, snapchat to large-scale distribution models and video games broadcast on Youtube to eSports inside huge stadiums with six-figure prizes.

This Girl Can Inspire with digital

How an online community kick-started a national campaign motivating women to get more…

Introducing the next breed of superstar athlete

Once a geeky bedroom hobby, video gaming is now a global sport with…

When it comes to data, context will always be king

How Opta is going beyond the numbers to provide greater understanding for football…

Meet the man pushing cricket's digital boundaries

An interview with Julian Goode, head of new media at the England and…

Introducing THL Paper Issue Two: The Sport Edition

THL Sport & Digital sneak peek from Wilson Fletcher on Vimeo. Hot off…

Why lifestyle sports are leading engagement in the digital age

Action sports are setting an example in how to strengthen a digital fanbase…

How The Telegraph discovered the future of football journalism via Twitter

When Project Babb launched in the run-up to this year’s World Cup, it…

Different sports, different digital rules

Finding moments of engagement for fans watching live sport…

Is this the end of strategy as we know it?

I typically describe myself as a digital strategist, so it's somewhat alarming to…