Going through and reading many posts on what the definition of digital humanities really is, I found a definition that caught my eye because in what Kathie Gossett stated is very close to what my own personal defintion of what digital humanities would be :
I think of digital humanities as an umbrella term that covers a wide variety of digital work in the humanities: development of multimedia pedagogies and scholarship, designing & building tools, human computer interaction, designing & building archives, etc. DH is interdisciplinary; by necessity it breaks down boundaries between disciplines at the local (e.g., English and history) and global (e.g., humanities and computer sciences) levels.
Gossett tells how digitial humanities is an “umbrella,” which is how I view it considering it could reach a broad spectrum of feilds. She also touches on the fact of building. designing and interacting which are all key components and necessary to the humanties.