Boutique Un Noël en Alsace

Site un noël en Alsace, une référence Neoh

NEOH had a lot of fun creating the website of the Strasbourg boutique Un Noël en Alsace, which plunges you into a magical atmosphere in the blink of an eye.

This website, with its shimmering colors like a Christmas tree, presents a sample of the countless decorative items available in this family store.

Festive and inspiring products, highlighted by the photographs taken by one of our partner photographers, Caroline Paulus, who was able to transcribe with talent the very special atmosphere of this store located for decades in the very heart of Strasbourg.

In order to facilitate the life of our client, already very busy with his schedule as a shopkeeper, we also took care of the content writing, and we reserved the “perfect” domain name: unnoelen.alsace!

Because the NEOH agency has skills and knowledge in various fields, it accompanies you in all the stages of the realization of your customized site.


Visit this NEOH web creation : https://noelenalsace.fr
photo et illustration de Morgane
Laure Sutter
Business development and follow-up

Attentive to your needs, she is your first point of contact. Her experience of more than 10 years as an independent trader enables her to understand instantly the needs and requirements of our clients. Trained and used to the technical use of a website, she will be able to inform you efficiently.

photo et illustration de Bruno
Bruno Hermanche
Founder of NEOH

From the creation of NEOH in 2005, Bruno wanted to put his experience in large communication groups at the service of ambitious projects, aimed at small and medium-sized businesses, so that they can also access premium quality websites, at affordable prices.

photo et illustration de Morgane
Morgane Sutter
Versatile Web Designer

Is behind (almost) every line of code of your website! Between graphic design and development, Morgane refused to choose: her eclecticism and her permanent technological watches allow her to propose you the latest design innovations. She focuses more particularly on user experience.