The previous post was User-centric part #1
For web companies like mine (we make reBlogger) the change from web-centric to user-centric is harder to imagine.
For us it means:
- letting users mashup our blog content the way they want to
- letting users change the default list of keywords and add their own
- letting users share their information with other users
- letting users mark it up blog information in the same way that Flikr lets you mark up images
- letting users tell us what new tools they want
- letting users change the layout of the site, add or remove tools (like WordPress let me add widgets to the side panels under the "Presentation" section) – this is more than colors and templates!