In order to learn the benefits of responsive web design we should first have to get complete knowledge of development, working, and output we get from responsive design.
Responsive Web Design (RWD) is an approach to web design which is based on a layout where any size, width, height, colors, pixels, are like water which fits in every screen from larger to smaller and from smaller to larger, by using CSS3 Media Query, an ext. of @media rule.
The 1st website to feature (RWD) was Audi.com launched in late 2001 by a team at razor fish consisting of Jürgen Spangle and Jim Kalbach (information architecture), Ken Olling (design), and Jan Hoffmann (interface development).
After that first website the website development market focused on responsive designs and then the year 2013, Mashable called the year of responsive web design.
Why Google Recommends Responsive Web Design?
Responsive web design is recommends by Google because of its great user experience across many mobile devices and computer and it’s also helps to manage your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategies.
As we can see the latest trend where in this era almost everyone has a mobile/smart phone, according to Google maximum traffic of website visitors are from smart/mobile phones.
Google says user preferred responsive web design.