In this episode of Netflix's Abstract: The Art of Design, renowned portrait photographer Platon describes his creative process, his inspiration, and his philosophy of photography.
Abstract: The Design of Art
by Olafur Eliasson
In this episode of Abstract, Olafur Eliasson, a groundbreaking artist of installations that interpret the natural world, shares his aesthetic theories and philosophies.
Abstract: Typeface Design
by Jonathan Hoefler
This episode of Abstract: The Art of Design is an overview of the design process for fonts and typefaces, narrated by industry leader and typography expert Jonathan Hoefler.
by Peter H. Diamandis
Abundance shows you the leading technological trends being developed today in order to give you a glimpse of a future that's a lot brighter than you think, and help you embrace the optimism we need to make it happen.
by Mark Levy
Accidental Genius introduces you to the concept of freewriting, which can be used to solve complex problems, exercise creativity, flesh out ideas, and even build a catalog of publishable work.
Accounting Made Simple
by Mike Piper
Accounting Made Simple is your guide to learning the fundamental charts, equations, and concepts of managing a business's financial statements.
Achieving Happiness and Success
by Chris Croft
Achieving Happiness and Success offers seven changes that we can make in our daily lives to make ourselves happier, and to move closer to achieving that desired state of success.
Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader
by Herminia Ibarra
Professional development expert Herminia Ibarra demonstrates how leaders can use direct action, experience, and experimentation to promote better patterns of thinking.
Acumen Presents: Angela Duckworth on Building Grit
by Acumen Academy Courses
Building Grit has everything we need to rediscover the importance of good old hard work in a world that glamorizes overnight success.
by Andrew W. Lo
Adaptive Markets gives you a better understanding of how the movement of money in the world works by outlining the surprisingly organic characteristics of the market.
Addiction Training: Break Negative Patterns in Your Life
by Libby Seery Founder of Renaissance Life Therapies
In "Addiction Training: Break Negative Patterns in Your Life", Libby Seery shares strategies to help free yourself from addictions, compulsions and kick negative habits to the curb.
Addiction: A Community Issue
by Srini Pillay
Addiction: A Community Issue explores the diversity of addiction and the consequences that addiction inflicts on society as a whole.
ADHD 2.0: New Science and Essential Strategies for Thriving with Distraction--from Childhood through Adulthood
by Edward M. Hallowell
ADHD 2.0 takes a close look at both the negative and positive symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), otherwise known as Variable Attention Stimulus Trait (VAST), as well as possible treatments.
ADHD: Everyday Strategies for Elementary Students
by Greg Fabiano
This course provides an overview of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in elementary-aged children, discussing symptoms, diagnostic methods, and guidelines for parents and teachers.
Advanced Retouching Techniques
by Lindsay Adler
In Advanced Retouching Techniques, award-winning fashion and portrait photographer Lindsay Adler shares her tips for retouching portrait and beauty photography while retaining the integrity of the subject's features and expressions.
Adventures of a Young Naturalist: The Zoo Quest Expeditions
by David Attenborough
Adventures of a Young Naturalist is a collection of stories from renowned presenter David Attenborough's journeys into South America and Indonesia as a young television producer for the BBC.
by John De Graaf
Affluenza asserts that the reason we are so unhappy is because of our obsession with consumption and the sickness that it brings upon ourselves and the world around us as well.
After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News
by Andrew Rossi
After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News highlights why the impact of fake news spreads far beyond the world of journalism. Oftentimes, fake news is influential enough to cause widespread hysteria, resulting in devastating conclusions.
by Nadia Owusu
In Aftershocks, Nadia Owusu delivers a heartfelt memoir that walks us through her traumas, tribulations, origins, and accomplishments, turning the conversation in turn onto how the places we come from influence who we will one day become.
by Paul Bloom
Against Empathy explains the problems with society's obsession with empathy and explores its limitations while giving us useful alternatives for situations in which it doesn't work.