Primary Care Law

Primary Care Law is one of the UK’s leading legal publishers, law firms and seminar providers operating in the medical sector.

Primary Care Law

The Objective

Primary Care Law asked Zanto Digital to design and build a new website that would allow them to market their legal publications online whilst also highlighting their legal services and specialised seminars. They wanted the website to reflect their brand values and extensive experience in the medical sector. They also wanted to provide their existing customers with access to their up-do-date publications via a password protected customer area.

The Activity

  • We outlined an intuitive structure for the new website
  • We created an interactive prototype to refine and improve the overall layout
  • We established a clear visual identity for the brand
  • We designed and developed a mobile-ready website that contained e-commerce functionality and password protected customer areas

The Results

  • The client was delighted with the new website
  • Over 300 customers have been provided with access to Primary Care Law publications
  • Primary Care Law now has the ability to sell its publication online to GP practices nationwide

What We Did


Interactive Prototype

We built an interactive prototype that allowed us to work with the client to improve and refine the structure and user experience of the website. The prototype allowed for effective testing across all devices before we underwent the design and development stage of the project.


E-Commerce Web Development

The new Primary Care Law website showcases each aspect of the company allowing prospective customers to order publications online and find out more about PCL’s legal and seminar services. The website is fully responsive and looks great on all devices.

The new Primary Care Law website: 


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