While researching i came across really quirky info graphics which had been personalised. I found out that the website was called notch.me
Notch.me was an experimental project from Eli Holder, exploring personalized data visualizations and creative new ways to encourage healthy activity. Notch is now closed (and Eli has joined the Noom team in New York). Notch.me let users generate personalized data-visualizations using data from self-tracking devices (like Fitbit or Jawbone UP).
Holder says that the service will work for all types of sources of data in the future, including FuelBand.
By creating Notch, Holder believes that the more interesting your data is to you, especially visually, the more impact it will make on you as you go about your day.
Once you’ve created your personalized infographic you can share it on Facebook or Twitter to show off how much ass you’ve been kicking.
This one above is definitely my favourite! love the colours and the shape