I've had a look at this table here as a guide of what to do heads up, and made a rough approximation of how to play various hands based on stack sizes, such that I can remember them and don't have to refer to a table (i.e: at 10BB unsuited push two cards 8+ or one card K+, suited two cards 5+ or one card Q+). I made levels for 20BB, 15BB, 10BB, 7.5BB, 5BB which all follow a pattern of generally pushing one card lower for each step.
However, this only works heads up, or at best when you're the small blind and everyone folds around to you. Is there some guidelines on how to play when there's more than two at the final table? Some quantitative guidelines on what hands to play based on position/pot size would be good, also what hands to call. Guidelines based on Nash equilibrium would be preferred. For example, a summary of the results of this calculator in a form one could remember would be good. I know these aren't always ideal based on opponents play, but as they're less exploitable I feel like they'll be a good starting point.