Create type to look like a blueprint. Simple Scribble effects makes the fill look like a blueprint. Add lines and arrows to make it look hand drawn architectural drawing.
Choose a typeface that is a heavy weight and sanserif.
Outline the type. Type> Create Outlines.
Add a blue stroke to the type.
Add the same blue to the fill of the type. Ungroup the type.
With the Type ungrouped, the Appearance panel will show the fill and stroke. If they are group, these attributes will not show. Select the Fill.
A the the bottom of the Appearance panel, click on the fx dropdown and choose Stylize > Scribble. Apply the settings for the desired scribble look on the fill.
The Scribble Effect is listed under the fill in the Appearance panel.
To edit the effect further, click on the Scribble link in the Appearance Panel.
Add lines to the top and bottom of the words.
Apply a gradient to the line with the Gradient panel. Select the stroke selector (not the fill) and apply a gradient from the gradient preview box. Edit both gradient color stops by clicking on each circle and choosing the blue. On one color stop, set the Opacity to 0%. Use the Gradient flip icon under the fill/stroke to change the direction of the gradient on the line.
Add arrows to the lines in the X.
In the Stroke panel, apply arrowheads to the lines form the dropdown menu. In many cases, the arrows are too large. Set the scale amount to a lower percentage for a better fit.
For the dotted lines, create a line and set the ends to be rounded (hot dog the ends). Click the Dashed Line box, set the dash to 0 and the gap to 12.
Add lines, fade them with the gradient. Add dotted lines for a hand drawn, architectural look.