Phone Books: The traditional method of contacting local listed web designers, followed by scheduling appointments to see their portfolios.
Search Engines: Modern method of using Google, Bing or Yahoo, etc., which offer traditional and image search options, so that you can visit individual websites or the respective search engine's image galleries.
Angie's List: For a small fee, consumers can search the review site, which may or may not include images, but includes feedback on listed businesses.
Yelp: Another popular review site, which sometimes includes images and feedback from previous customers.
Craig's List: A user-friendly website dedicated to providing listings from businesses in your area, that occasionally include images or links to websites.
Once you have reviewed portfolios, you can select the web designer of your choice and finalize the details. You will be able to take pride in your new website and be confident that it will command attention from web users. Whether your website is personal or for business, you can rest assured that it will do your online presence justice.