Well................actually it is necessary and it does matter. How it looks, or better yet the accuracy of your lines is a direct reflection of your skill set. Your logo is a representation of your company and what it can do. Anyone viewing the logo could notice it's off and quickly form a negative opinion. You can obtain accuracy with ease using shape tools.I'm gonna try to work on the inches of the lines later but I don't think it's necessary, it looks good either way
That sounded like a compromise. Please do not do that if you are yourself dissatisfied. That will keep bothering you each time you see the logo or when someone comments on it later. On the other hand, if the sides of different thickness on the geometric shapes is intentional and all stakeholders are happy, you could go ahead....I'm gonna try to work on the inches of the lines later but I don't think it's necessary, it looks good either way
The logo isn't meant for that. It's for a product design shop where I sell my designs, I just need the logo to represent my shop. I'm not gonna print the logo anywhere.Your logo doesn't currently work in postage size, e.g. for promotional gifts on USB sticks, pens, etc.
The lines are a bit too thin and "PRODUCT DESIGN" too small