Your humble Devil does not like to be bombarded with adverts, silly films and general animated hideousness, so he has Click To Flash—a Flash blocker for Safari—installed on his browser. Many people have a similar plugin for Firefox.
As a result, this is what Peachy Pink's website looks like.
Whilst I can click on the Flash areas to reveal the website, the same luxury is not afforded iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users—who will not be able to see anything at all.
Now, some would argue that this is Apple's fault for putting such a restriction in place; I. however, would argue that Flash is an abomination and the sooner it dies, the better.
Whatever the merits of one argument or the other (and I don't intend to get into it here), that isn't the real issue: the real issue is that it is bad business—both for Peachy Pink and for the web designers who built the site.
At the very least, there should be an
@mediastylesheet included for mobile devices: this would allow Peachy Pink to target any mobiles that do not run Flash (and that's most of them) with special rules that will ensure that your message comes across.
As it is, Peachy Pink's website is unavailable to most mobile devices, and undesirable to web curmudgeons like myself....