Most Ales do well at 68°F primary, to limit phenols and undesirable esters made by yeast during growth phase.
Secondary can go up to the higher end of recommended temp of a strain since there isn't much left for yeast to feed on and it's at this time the yeast consume those byproducts made in primary. So the higher temp encourages yeast metabolism.
There is no adjustments needed for an IPA. It should be treated as any other Ale for ideal yeast conditions.
Us-05 has an ideal range of 59°F-71.6°F
Each yeast has its own esters, if you want to accentuate them, it is controlled by temp. Warmer generally gives more esters.