Tenshi means Angel in Japanese.

We believe in teaching you ‘how to fish’.

Our values are how we approach everything we do.

We will consistently deliver unique, tailored solutions to stimulate innovation within your organisation.

We deliver successful innovation solutions with limited resources by identifying and using the strengths of your organisation whilst finding collaboration opportunities which will benefit both parties.

Impactful innovation means stepping outside your comfort zone, we will help you to choose an innovation journey to deliver maximum value and grow beyond what was thought possible.

Our joy comes from helping organisations become curiousintrepid and succeed.

Partnering with us creates meaningful, useful and original solutions.

We stimulate innovativeness within our clients’ teams and staff and create strategic, commercial, long term value.

Tenshi recruited as a Design Mentor for Innovate UK’s KTN

In March 2020, the KTN recruited design mentors to work on a funding programme for The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF). Victoria Milne, CEO of Tenshi and technical expert of ISO, among those recruited and worked on a number of projects to help bring SME projects to life.

TfL & Tenshi: Bus Driver Fatigue and Health & Wellbeing Innovation Challenge

Tenshi have recently begun working with Tfl on a trial to help reduce fatigue among bus drivers and ultimately prevent fatigue-related incidents on the road. We have partnered with Senseye to install an innovative screening process, which measures bus driver fatigue before they start their shift; giving enough time to intervene, if required, with wellbeing support.

3 simple steps to creativity

A study from Adobe found that 80% of people feel that unlocking creativity is critical to economic growth. Yet only 25% believe they are living up to their creative potential. We take a look at steps you can take to unlock your creativity…

5 benefits of applying a human-centred approach

Businesses keen to better service their customers often fear the changes and associated risks that come with it. However, those who have implemented human-centred design methodologies have seen a reduction in the risk of failure and an increase in their market success.

Boost your business with great design

The value of great design is seen in the goods, services, and environments we experience in our everyday lives – from the phones we use to the park we walk through. It’s the difference between a successful and failed product or service.

Want to compete successfully and accelerate growth?

Innovate UK has published their ‘Design in Innovation Strategy, 2020-2024’, which aims to help deliver excellent design in innovation across all industries and accelerate economic growth.

12 Key Takeaways from ‘Parts Without a Whole: The Current State of Design Thinking Practice in Organisations’

This is one of our favourite pieces of research into Design Thinking in organisations because it eloquently explores the motivators and inhibitors of embedding design thinking and how that effects outcomes. Valuable reading for anyone interested in Design Thinking for organisations.

It’s time to re-establish balance in organisations

The sphere of influence is often represented engulfed in the sphere of concern and was made famous in Stephen Covey’s ‘Seven Habits of Highly Effective People’. The sphere’s are so important that they were covered off in his very first habit! The key point to remember...

Tenshi welcomes Integrella as a new client

Tenshi welcomes Integrella as a new client Tenshi is delighted to announce that Integrella has come onboard as a new client. Both organisations are passionate about driving innovation – Integrella from a digital integration point of view, and Tenshi from an...

Going from strength to strength: Lloyd’s Register Safetytech Accelerator

Tenshi has been working with Lloyd’s Register Safetytech Accelerator since 2018. We are delighted to have the go-ahead to continue this work extending the accelerator further and creating more innovative challenges.