Most job interviews can be mysterious, but design interviews can feel even more complicated. Candidates often have questions about what they should show, if the job and organization are a good fit, and how they are being evaluated. Employers can help to demystify the hiring process by being open about what the company values and how candidates are evaluated. An interview guide should include information on the company's values, evaluation criteria, expected level of experience and skills, and details about each stage of the interview process, including who candidates will meet with, questions that may be asked, and exercises they may need to take part in. Providing candidates with a clear understanding of the process and what is expected of them can help them to prepare and perform their best.