Hey @HAWK , Thanks!
Sorry about that. I hadn't noticed that. Thanks for the heads up Here's the link - http://goo.gl/z1061U and I've also corrected it in the post above.
Yes, I have a background in both psychology and UX. It's all self-acquired knowledge though, over 6 years of self-study and work. I started out as a part-time front-end developer in a large firm at the age of 16. Didn't have such a great time there, of course So I then went for an internship at a large software research and development center. That's where I got introduced to UX. So, I started to really delve into everything like Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Centered Design, Digital Ethnography and Psychology. But then I had to leave the company(for good reasons) and freelance on my own. So I had to take on anything that came my way, which quickly took me back to my front-end development roots. But my real focus and expertise is on UX and I finally came to terms with myself last year that I'll only be focusing on what I really love(i.e UX). That's when I started Easy - a UX and CRO consultancy and we are a team of 5 full-time consultants now