Thanks for dropping by to ask us a question! I’m really glad you’re here, and I hope you’ll stick around after we’ve given you some direction.
My advice is that we are not your users, and therefor can’t give you the answer to your question.
UX should be a data-driven practice. A decision to re-design a site should never be taken lightly, and should not be done on opinion or feeling alone. There’s a huge risk anytime a re-design effort is undertaken. In order to minimize that risk, you need to do some testing to see if the opportunity for reward is there.
Start by defining what information you need to be most easily accessible to your users. What’s important to your users? What’s commonly requested? What’s important to your business stakeholders?
An easy way to progress past here is to do some moderated or unmoderated UX testing to determine whether or not users are truly capable of getting to your most important information. Are your users successful in completing the tasks without assistance? Where are the pain points?
As you start to test, you’ll begin to notice whether or not users are generally successful in their tasks, and whether or not particular pain points are encountered across multiple testing scenarios.
If your users are not typically successful and pain points are common across testing scenarios, then it’s time for a re-design. Otherwise, you’re likely better off fixing the particular issues uncovered in your testing sessions.