It's my first time in the design world so excuse me if I say really dumb things. I really know nothing about graphic design.
I come from the engineering world and I'm used to use CAD software like SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Autocad or Blender, where the drawing is more "math based". I'm looking for a svg capable design software to create some logos and icons this way.
I used InkScape a couple times, but every time I ask myself the same question: why this kind of software doesn't seem to provide mathematical options like tangent, parallel, perpendicular, etc... I guess this has to do with getting used to a different workflow and way of thinking, but I really would appreciate if someone could point me to some software (open source preferrably) where I can draw sketches specifying geometric relations between lines and curves, something similar to what SolidWorks does in its sketches.