Not many people know that some of the world’s greatest architects and creatives could be shockingly biased. The architect Le Corbusier, whose designs we still see and interact with today, excluded many people from using the doors in his buildings. Even though his standard measurements failed to be accessible to everyone, they were replicated all over the world. And since history always repeats itself, we are dangerously close to seeing similar biases and oversights playing out in the online world. Many of the new "digital architects" of today tend to create products with a specific user in mind, consciously or otherwise. So how can we make sure design is as inclusive as possible? We will explore a few ideas to ensure the future of digital experiences is accessible to everyone.