Our mission is to empower 10 million people to take control of their wellbeing

We believe that society’s main aim should be to look after the people within it. Somewhere along the way, this has been lost. Our vision is to create a world where the welfare of people is the most important attribute, and individuals can take control of their own health and wellbeing.

Understand others

We appreciate that everyone has differences, so you should take the time to get to know and understand everyone, whether they’re internal or external. Spend the time getting to know others; eat lunch with them, play games together, ask how people are, ask how you can help them, and appreciate each other as human beings. 

Think for the future

We want to create our own path and our own rules; we don’t just want to copy everyone else. You should always be looking to try something new, and not be afraid to make a mistake, as this is how we learn – through experimentation. You should always be looking to develop new skills, whether in HR or as a Software Engineer, you should always be developing T-Shaped skills and looking to go 1% further. 

Do the dishes

We believe in everyone being equal. If you’re the CEO, or an apprentice, be prepared to ‘do the dishes’! We are not a corporate entity and we want to stay this way. We want people to be willing to listen and learn, so celebrate together, but stay ego-free and down to earth. 

Our Story

Evolyst Ltd first opened its doors in late 2012 and started trading in early 2014. We were on a mission to help people using the skills we had in design, software development and healthcare.
We began working on software development and consultancy projects for leading universities and NHS trusts.
Over our first few years in business, we gathered a wealth of experience working on a range of projects, with just some examples below:

Quit 4 Surgery

Smoking cessation project for individuals about to undergo a lung cancer operation, with University Hospitals Birmingham NHS trust and Birmingham University.


Psychosis intervention technology with Kings College London and South London & Maudsley NHS trust.

Health Heroes

Healthy eating application for children with Coventry University.


Respiratory tracking system for patients with Cystic Fibrosis with University Hospitals Birmingham NHS trust.

An exciting time for us came in 2018, when some of our work was featured on UK TV – the BBC’s ‘The One Show’. A lady named Angie was shown talking about how she had left her house for the first time in 2 years after using the technology we had developed with King’s College London and the NHS – Slow Mo. This was a fantastic moment for us, and we realised at this point how many people we had helped, and how many we could help.

At this point, we made a crucial decision that we wanted to help more people and wanted to develop our own product to do this. With our background, and our learnings within healthcare, and mental health, we began to develop our core product – Lumien.

Measure & Manage your wellbeing

Fazeley Studios,
191 Fazeley Street,
B5 5SE