I know it all depends, but...
How do you guys 'in general' create a logical relationship between the logo mark and logotype?
Hierarchy and balance are the central principles
Usually, do you calculate stuff? Or go by intuition / eye? Both?
I always felt the urge to calculate stuff, like, the mark should be the x-height of the logotype time two or three or whatever. The descriptor should be 50%, 75% of the logotype or whatever.
Lately I'm questioning my compulsiveness, so I'm qurious about other ways.
I look at other logotypes to see what options look good in general - like, the mark being big, very big, caps-height, x-height, something in the middle, sitting on the baseline, above or below it, to the left, to the right, above the text, below it, have a separator line, have an enclosure, etc.
Then try it on the actual mark and type, see what works the best, then tweak by the eye. In a lot of cases the ideal composition doesn't quantify neatly, it'll be off by percentages here and there.
Nice portfolio btw.
I usually start of with calculation. Usually in golden ratio -related factor as I'm a fan of it. But this factor may vary vastly because it all depends on type vs. symbol weight and their relation, priority and prominence.
When factor is determined I put them both together and the use optical fine-tuning of both to make it work. This is mainly relevant to those logotypes where symbol and type are somehow aligned: vertical/horizontal centre/bottom/top. Because there may as well be unaligned logotypes although rarely seen.