About two years ago I came across a pretty exhaustive list of IxD methods, with advice on when to use them and examples of implementations. It covered prototyping, interviewing, ethnography research, information architecture, sketching, user testing, research analysis and synthesis, etc. - the whole shebang. It was nothing short of amazing, and yet I didn't bookmark it / lost the bookmark. Every few months I try to find it again. Really hoping I didn't dream the whole thing up. I faintly recall it being curated by a school, but that could be a red herring.
know what I'm talking about?
have a similar sounding online resource they turn to regularly?
The resources page on ixda.org is great for old conference vids, but not so much for glancing over our professional canon tools and methods. Looking for something similar to Dan Saffer's theixdlibrary.com - which is great - but for tools and methods instead.