I even spent time tinkering with Javascript from time to time thinking that I would need to get better at it as a front-end guy.
The Steps I Took to Become a UX Designer
Chaunce 'Red' Dolan

So you was frontender but it was a feeling that it is not your craft? And later you get a chance to visit some UX meetup and during this communication you start to make movements into UX career?

I can make websites on some simple level, discover different tools (like webpack and even vim) but I feel that I more love to design not to program (and not to backend).

Next months I probably relocate to the USA and wish to find some junior UX/UI job to start my career. Have I some chances in it?

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