Just be aware that more complicated scheme doesn’t always equal better - you have to take into account your current levels of strength and work capacity.
Try to understand the logic behind every system you read about, and think about how can you customize it to yourself, but still staying true to the original idea.
For instance, Glenn Pendlay’s approach has been mentioned, which has 4 weeks of ramping 5x5, followed by 4 weeks of ramping 3x3, and week 5 is purposefully light. There is so much room for experimenting right there, for instance:
do you start ligher and make bigger weight jumps, or not so light and make smaller weight jumps.
ramping cycles may last more or less then 4 weeks; perhaps 3 weeks is better for you, or maybe staring really light and increasing over 6-8 weeks in the first phase.
inserting a full week off somewhere in the program
making reasonable exercise replacements, like RDL instead of DL or OHS on light day
That is why perhaps an even simpler scheme might be better, not just for you, but for many people, myself included. Those simple options could be, for instance:
1. alternating heavy and light weeks
Here you can experiment with exercise splits (body part/upper-lower/full body with different emphasis), exercise selection, and what heavy and light mean for you (more volume/more intensity/both).
2. short (4-5 weeks) linear cycle
Beside exercise split and selection,
like above, here you can opt for keeping the volume the same and ramp the intensity, or go from high volume/low intensity to low volume/high intensity. You also need to figure out how much time off to take between cycles and from where to start in the subsequent cycle.
As you can see, even with the simplest schemes, there is a lot to try and a lot of figure out, but hopefully, each variation will result in, at least, some small improvement.