IPP has overseen several successful projects since its inception, the most notable of which is the soap opera These Days 1.0, later followed up by These Days 2.0 (the current version is referred to simply as 'These Days', with original 'These Days 1.0').
In 2012, Noxy became involved in another soap opera, High Peak 1.0, with forum member M Gambitt, and they would go on to form the short-lived Gambox Productions. The project was an instant hit, winning five gongs at WRIXAS 2 including 'Best New Project'. In spite of this success, the show was later cancelled. Gambox then went to work on a second version, however M Gambitt pulled out of the project during this time. High Peak 2.0 then launched in September 2012 under Noxy Productions, but again stalled after only a short period. The project has not returned since.
Earlier in 2012, Noxy was asked to join another Writers Express soap opera, Uncertain Nights, with forum members Apple Cobbler and Ross, who together formed the production company Acorn Productions. The company expired when the project - which Noxy worked on until the end - was cancelled in January 2014.
2014 also saw the launch of the first non-soap opera IPP project, a five-part multi-genre mini-series called The You In Me. The project was well-received and won 2 WRIXAS, however it was followed up soon after by the more successful Miscarriage, a standalone drama. Miscarriage won 7 awards at WRIXAS 9, the second largest haul in the company's history at the time. However, this was overtaken at WRIXAS 10 when the then new project These Days 2.0 won 8 Writers Express awards. The most awards IPP has ever won at one ceremony is 9, for These Days 1.0 at WRIXAS 8.
To date, for her various projects past and present, both collaborative and solo, Noxy has won over 100 Writers Express Awards.