I have reiterated this time and again that being a graphic design student doesn’t mean you can skip math. Knowing your shapes and symbols is essential in becoming a successful logo designer. Some of you may not realize but most famous logos were created using simple shapes. Without understanding the geometrics and dimensions of common symbols, you cannot create a professional logo design.
Isometrics is a branch of mathematics that deals with shapes of equal measurement. It is a function between metric spaces that preserves distance using rotation or transformation of a surface. This geometric technique has also been adopted in designing corporate identities. Remember playing with a Rubik’s Cube in your childhood? An Isometric logo design is similar to the Rubik’s shape but is shaped creatively in a way to conserve space. They are not only restricted to the cubic shape and can be of numerous symbols.
If you are still confused as to how an isometric logo looks like, take a look at 25 remarkable examples of logos that follow the isometric principle.