What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
What I have right now is very simple and basic. I want to make it more stylish while keeping the basic information available. Basically something that has a basic color palette, but not drab and boring, possibly with some spots of color to draw the eye.
There are a few functions in the site (search, facebook login, settings) that need to be designed as well, and I'm planning on expanding those, but the launch point for them would be the main page.
There are also some basic responsive design elements that I want to keep for mobile browsing.
One of the ideas I've had is keeping the tabular data in order to enable the color matching across brands, but making it look like each color is a small business card with the minimum detail, and on clicking it will popup an expanded view with more details and functions on it.
What's important to take into account is that the target audience of the web site is scale model builders, which might not be very proficient with computers, so the site needs to look nice/stylish, but not to the extreme of obscure icons, but something that is more explicit.
I'm open for any other suggestions, as I'm not very good with visual design, and I've seen ideas in auctions here that I wouldn't have even thought of.
The start page is all about showing the color charts and serving as a hub for all the other functionality such as search, settings, etc.
I don't have a logo right now, but I am planning on getting one, so the design need to include a space for a logo and the website title "Scale Model Helper" somewhere.