Digital Accessibility is a wider concept and includes Web Accessibility. It aims at the principle that everyone, including people with functional disabilities, have equal access to digital content, among others video, audio, and electronic documents.
Web Accessibility specifically refers to websites and their level of access to those with and without disabilities.
Videos and podcasts become increasingly popular as a medium for education, explanation, and user guidance. Unfortunately, without subtitles or text-alternatives, these formats are not accessible to the deaf or hard of hearing.
With today’s technology, you can easily break down this barrier by adding subtitles and transcripts, so everyone can follow content without limitations.