This small web-app is an interactive questionaire to show you more about your digital self.
It querries your facebook data via Graph API and translates it to individual graphics.
In Social Networks we have all this data and you.me.we. tries to introduce you to your digital self by visualizing its statistics.
All graphics are based on the information your friends chose to share with you, so there may be statistic deviations.
At no point is your data on "my" (my provider's) server, it only gets sent from facebook to your browser window (and back if you chose to share the result).
Facebook unfortunately changed their API guidelines in March 2015 and it won't let you access friends birthdays anymore, which pretty much breaks the whole app.
Here's a video of what it did look like:
I started out experimenting with paper.js but combining it with text was cumersome. The final app is using raphäel.js to draw and animate paths in the browser which I highly recommend. Here are some impressions how it got there.
Maximilian Kiener . 2014.