Video accessibility services now offered by Dig Inclusion

In the last couple of years we have seen a huge increase in the amount of video on websites. As a result, organisations wanting help in understanding what they need to do to ensure their video content is as accessible as the website it’s hosted on. Video accessibility itself is not complicated to do. However, it is a time-consuming service that not every company has time to do in-house.

We’re delighted to announce that we’re now offering video accessibility fixing services at Dig Inclusion.

If you’re new to video accessibility, or confused about the differences between captions, subtitles , transcripts, audio description, etc. you can learn more in our new resource page, ‘What makes a video accessible?’. This new resource includes recommendations on when to apply each of these elements in order to comply with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.

We have already completed work for some of our clients, including a project for Virgin Atlantic adding timed captions and providing transcripts. You can read more about the project in our Virgin Atlantic customer story.

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