I want to design a logo that consists of a single word. I already know that word and I also know how I'd like it to look. That is, I don't want to use a commonly available font, but instead draw it as a vector graphic. Also, I'd strokes used for the letters to have the same width. For example say I'd like to draw an 'F' with three rectangles. Then I'd like all the rectangles to have the same width.
Moreover, I'd like to draw my logo and then be able to change the width of the strokes, such as to be able to play around with some values to get a feeling for what looks best.
I tried to use Inkscape to do this, but to the best of my knowledge, I cannot define variables in Inkscape and constrain certain dimensions to be of the same length as that variable. Hence, I'd need to redraw the entire logo every time I want to change the stroke thickness.
What kind of tool can you recommend to me for drawing this logo?
Many thanks to Billy Kerr and Scott for their answers. Their answers do not really help me, but I fear that I formulated my question maybe not accurate enough. I ended up using Siemens NX as it allows to define parametric constraints. As visible in the image below, all the vertical strokes of the 'E' as well as the back of the 'E' now have the same width. The definitions for these dimensions are shared across all letters of my logo. They entire logo adapts if a parameter is changed.
Siemens NX can export sketches as PDF files which I can then convert to an SVG file, which in turn can be used in Inkscape to color the letters.
Siemens NX is certainly way to expensive for this to be a generally applicable answer to my solution. I don't know if there is any free/cheaper 2D/3D CAD software which provides parametric constraints. I'd gladly extend this answer if someone is aware of such a tool.