I’m known to make fun of the extent to which some logo designers have fetishised the use of grids in logo design. Grids seem to have become to have become a main goal, and not a means to an end. The trend seems to be backwards: make a logo and then try to shoehorn it in to a grid for showcasing on Dribbble.
I use grids all the time to make sure my vectors look as crisp and pleasant as possible; they are especially useful in geometric logos such as this one for @Rick Waalders. In the end however I shape and balance my logos by eye, not by grid.
Check out the attachment to see the process from sketch to final version.
I’ve also attached a larger version and a photo version because I live for the likes. 😉
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